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Several Samsung handsets are banned from selling due to infringement of Huawei patents

via:博客园     time:2018/4/17 10:31:20     readed:39

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Tencent Technology News, according to foreign media reports, the United States District Court Judge William & middot; William (H. Orrick) has ruled that Samsung Electronics can continue to produce and sell smart phones in China.

In January of this year, the Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court publicly announced that Huawei sued Samsung for patent infringement disputes. He decided that Samsung constituted infringement, ordered an immediate stop of infringement, and assumed full legal costs.

The patent involved is the necessary patent for the 4G standard. If the verdict goes into effect, it will affect the production and sales of Samsung 4G mobile phones in China. In response, Samsung has filed an appeal.

At the same time, U.S. Justice O.R. announced that he had not paid any ruling before the Shenzhen Intermediate People’s Court before another ruling that the San Francisco courts filed a ruling.

Orik said in the award: "The ruling of China's court will make the current "violation" of the "San Francisco Court of Justice" irrelevant, and will cause Samsung's operation in the Chinese market during this period. Great risk. ”

At present, Huawei's lawyer in San Francisco Michael & Middot; Michael J. Bettinger has not commented on this.

In January of this year, Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court Court also stated that Huawei and Samsung can still negotiate. If the two parties reach a cross-license for standard essential patents or Huawei agrees, Samsung may not implement the verdict of stopping infringement.

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