The US judge who "tentatively" dismissed an Apple v Motorola case last week has decided to give the companies another chance to prove each other wrong with an injunction hearing. Judge Richard Posner said in a court filing yesterday that he had decided to grant Apple's request for an injunction hearing before he makes his final …
What a bloody waste of everyone's time
I'm fed up with this sort of nonsense.
Re: What a bloody waste of everyone's time
You don't have to read about it... or are you a patent lawyer in an interest in the subject matter?
I have an interest in the subject matter. I am not a lawyer of any sort.
And I resent all the time and resources spent on bickering instead of getting stuff done.
I have an interest in the subject matter.
Dude you're a barista.
FRAND, the ticking bomb under Google (Moto) and the nefarious attempts to subvert it should (and hopefully) will result in sanctions
Maybe he's just yanking their chain
I wouldn't mind personally…
Wow, that glimpse of was completely unexpected.
looks like apple
Has just spent some of their moolah. Good thing they have a huge stockpile to draw from.
"......he may want to ensure that the companies have less grounds for appeal.............
................... by exhausting their legal options now."
I sincerely hope that he succeeds if that is indeed the aim.
I have three Android phones one on each pocket, even my doorbell runs Android, but Motorola is evil and should be destroyed.
Your doorbell runs android?
Seriously, what is it? An HTC wildfire blutacked to the doorknocker?
Re: Your doorbell runs android?
Seriously - I have an HTC Wildfire and that is about all its good for.
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