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South Korean smartphone maker LG Electronics has opposed Qualcomm’s request for a stay after a US court found Qualcomm had violated antitrust laws.
In a filing at the US District Court for the Northern District of California yesterday, June 11, LG said it would be unfairly disadvantaged if Qualcomm was to be granted a stay, as it is currently negotiating supply and patent licensing agreements with the chip supplier.
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