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Thursday, 08 August 2013 10:36

Apple to return to Motorola case

Written by Nick Farrell

Appeals court calls for renewed look 

A US appeals court ruled that Jobs’ Mob can renew its arguments at the International Trade Commission that Google Inc's Motorola Mobility unit violated two patents relating to the iPhone.

The court ruled that the ITC erred when it invalidated one Apple patent and found that Motorola didn't infringe another. The ITC needs to further look at the case under different legal standards. In a statement, Google's Motorola unit said the decision paves the way for the ITC to find that Apple's remaining claims are invalid.

Apple has been conducting a global litigation campaign against phone manufacturers that use the Android because it can’t compete with them in the market place. Apple said that Motorola had stolen its touch screen technology.

Nick Farrell

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