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Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Nokia Wins Sales Ban Of HTC Smartphones In The U.K.


The England and Wales High Court ruled in the UK in favor of Nokia, paving the way for Finish company to enforce a sales injunction on infringing HTC devices.

Justice Arnold ruled on Tuesday that some of HTC's Android-based handsets, including the HTC One, infringe a patent held by Nokia related to a "modular structure for a transmitter and a mobile station".

The ruling paves the way for Nokia to enforce a sales injunction on infringing HTC devices. However, the judge will allow HTC to appeal the decision, which could mean the injunction will be held up until the Court of Appeal can issue its own ruling on the case.

Nokia has brought its case to several other countries in Europe, alleging HTC violates the same patent.




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