Court allows importation of handsets originally banned in Qualcomm-Broadcom patent battle

Taylor, Colleen; Deffree, Suzanne
September 2007
Electronic News;9/17/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 38, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports on a stay pending appeal granted by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit for third parties that import handsets into the country. The stay is intended for handsets that were previously banned by the International Trade Commission (ITC). It is applicable to all third parties that filed motions searching for a stay of the limited exclusion order ordained by the ITC on June 7, 2007.


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