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HTC to use all means possible to defend Apple case

HTC said it is “highly confident” it has a strong case for the appeals process of the US International Trade Commission, after an ITC judge ruled that the company had infringed two patents held by Apple. In a statement, Grace Lei, General Counsel of HTC, said that the company is “fully prepared to defend ourselves using all means possible.”

HTC dismayed after latest Apple lawsuit

HTC said it was “dismayed” by a new round of legal action initiated by Apple, and that the iPhone maker has “resorted to competition in the courts rather than the market place.” Apple filed a second complaint with the US International Trade Commission last Friday, asserting infringement of five patents.

Mixed results in Apple, RIM, Kodak case

paidContent said that the US International Trade Commission has not imposed restrictions against Apple or RIM following a complaint made by imaging company Eastman Kodak, referring the case back to a lower court for a review.

Nokia files second ITC complaint against Apple

The patent spat between Apple and Nokia rumbles on, with news today that the Finnish vendor has filed a further complaint with the US ITC “alleging that Apple infringes additional Nokia patents in virtually all of its mobile phones, portable music players, tablets and computers.”

Nokia files more patent suits against Apple

Nokia has upped the ante in its wide-ranging legal battle with Apple, filing new claims in Germany, the Netherlands and the UK, stating patent infringements by products including the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Report: Apple beefs up legal team for patent battles

Apple is recruiting a team of lawyers who have fought for and against some of the world’s largest companies – such as Microsoft, Intel and Broadcom – as the Californian vendor begins its legal case with Nokia before the International Trade Commission (ITC) this week.

US ITC to review Apple patent claims against Motorola

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) said it will review Apple’s patent claims against Motorola

ITC backs Nokia ahead of Apple patent case; Motorola and Microsoft cases progress

Bloomberg reports that the staff of the US International Trade Commission believe that Nokia should not be found guilty of patent infringement, following legal action initiated by Apple.