“A Floridian Company by the name Operating Systems Solutions, LCC, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Apple for OS X’s fast booting operation,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple. “The interesting twist to this lawsuit is that the patent was originally owned by LG Electronics.”

“The court’s document on Count 1 states that ‘Apple sells or offers to sell within this district, computer systems, including but not limited to the MacBook Pro, that utilize the Mac OSX operating system that infringes at least claim 1 of the OSS [Operating System Solutions] Patent,'” Purcher reports.

Purcher reports, “The lawsuit specifically states that Apple’s OS X violates ‘at least Claim 1′ of the OSS patent.”

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Don Reisinger reports for CNET, “According to the court filing, Operating Systems Solutions wants injunctive relief. The company is also seeking damages and the immediate ‘destruction [of] all remaining advertisements, circulars, brochures, or other promotional or advertising items, Web site, or other materials for the infringing method.'”

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