HTC sues Apple in U.K. following loss in U.S. ITC patent case

“HTC Corp, the Taiwanese smartphone maker locked in a patent battle with competitor Apple Inc., sued the iPhone maker in Britain,” Erik Larson reports for Bloomberg.

“The complaint, filed July 29 in London, comes two weeks after HTC lost a ruling against Apple at the U.S. International Trade Commission,” Larson reports. “Notice of the U.K. case didn’t specify the nature of the new lawsuit.”

Larson reports, “The case is HTC Europe Co. v. Apple Inc., HC11C02703, in the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division (London).”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]

7 Comments

  1. Let’s hope that Apple lawyers keep winning these lawsuits. A few more wins and the rest of the copiers will begin to cave to the inevitable. That will put Google/Android in a very precarious position when Apple takes the “NeXTSTEP” with iOS IP lawsuits.

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