Thursday, April 15, 2021

Apple faces Germany ban after court no-show

The Register: Apple’s lawyers failed to show up for a court appearance in the German patent infringement case brought by Motorola Mobility. As a result, the court issued a default injunction that would ban sales of the iPhone and iPad in Germany.

Apple says that it will be a simple matter to get the injunction suspended: “This is a procedural issue and has nothing to do with the merits of the case … It does not affect our ability to do business or sell products in Germany at this time.”

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