Qualcomm is clearly making a big tactical mistake on trial before Apple's infringement trial – and now it is trying to escape it.
According to the report of the event, Qualcomm did not object to Apple's legal assertion that certain patents in this case are invalid, or that the patent is not infringed as suggested. As I approached the trial, QUALCOMM lawyers seemed that this was not the best idea. And the judges are not very impressed.
Report Patent of FOSS Note:
The procedural context summarized at the beginning is that Apple's original complaints are included, including a request for a declaratory judgment on invalidity and non-infringement of nine Qualcomm's patents. Apple first took the corrected complaint and picked up nine patents of Qualcomm. As stated in Apple's filings, Qualcomm has surprisingly chosen not to file a mandatory infringement case.
When QUALCOMM caused a change in mind about this, Apple submitted a motion to hit this request. Judge Judge Denbin criticized that "rules are rules and tactical decisions bring results," he seems to have agreed with Apple on complaints.
Continuation of Apple's legal struggle with QUALCOMM
The legal struggle between Qualcomm and Apple has seen in the past few years suggesting that many iPhones are not imported into the United States.
QUALCOMM CEO Steve Molenkov says he was convinced that QUALCOMM and Apple's dispute would be resolved, but in this case there are no signs of exiting anytime soon.
And at this point, the boy is reworking!