ESP Wiki is looking for moderators and active contributors!

Nokia v. Apple (2010, USA)

Nokia v. Apple is a patent litigation suit filed in October 2009.

Nokia filed the suit in the USA with a state court (Delaware) and with the International Trade Commission (ITC).

Settled in June 2011 with Apple paying a one time amount and ongoing royalties to Nokia.[1]

Related pages on ESP Wiki

External links

Initial news coverage

2010 news coverage

Apple v. Nokia?

This article talks about the ITC arguing that Nokia didn't infringe Apple's patents, which must be a previous case or a counter-suit:

  • ITC Staff Backs Nokia In Apple Smartphone Patents Case, 3 Nov 2010, WSJ - " NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--A judge should find that Nokia Corp. (NOK) didn't infringe on Apple Inc. (AAPL) patents, staff at the International Trade Commission said. The "evidence will not establish a violation" of any Apple patents in the case, the ITC investigative staff said Monday in a prehearing statement, but the judge doesn't have ..."