While we are not saying that the long-running battle between Nokia and Qualcomm is actually over - anything but - there are signs that Nokia’s position is a lot stronger than many observers first thought. Last week, the International Trade Commission said it would not review its earlier decision that Nokia did not infringe three …
and while I'm at it..
"despite holding far less IPR assets there"
fewer IPR assets, not less.
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