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Blackberry Hits Nokia With Suit Over 11 Telecom Patents


14 Feb 2017
Reprinted with permission.

In this Law360 article, “Blackberry Hits Nokia With Suit Over 11 Telecom Patents”, partners Bradley S. Lui, Daniel P. Muino, Vincent J. Belusko, and of counsel Jayson L. Cohen were mentioned regarding BlackBerry Ltd. launching an infringement suit against Nokia Corp. in Delaware federal court for allegedly using 11 of BlackBerry's patents that describe proprietary technology underlying third- and fourth-generation mobile communication.

“Nokia encourages and instructs customers, [including] mobile service providers such as T-Mobile and AT&T, to purchase, deploy and use infringing products to develop and operate their LTE networks and UMTS networks,” BlackBerry says.

BlackBerry is represented by John G. Day and Andrew C. Mayo of Ashby & Geddes PA and Vincent J. Belusko, Hector G. Gallegos, James P. Bennett, Bradley S. Lui, Daniel P. Muino and Jayson L. Cohen of Morrison & Foerster LLP.



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