Nokia, LG Accused of Infringing Integrated Circuit Patents
IPNews® - Tela Innovations Inc. has filed lawsuits with the Delaware federal court and the International Trade Commission alleging that five technology giants, including Nokia Corp. and LG Electronics Inc., have infringed seven of its patents by importing and selling smartphones containing integrated circuits manufactured using its patented technology.
California-based Tela claims that Motorola Mobility LLC, HTC Corp., and Pantech Co. Ltd., in addition to Nokia and LG, have copied Tela’s manufacturing method for optimizing the layout of an integrated circuit. Tela is asking the court for damages and for an injunction barring the companies from importing infringing goods.
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