29 August 2019PatentsRory O'Neill

InterDigital sues Lenovo over SEPs after ‘decade’ of talks fail

InterDigital has sued Lenovo, the Chinese owner of the Motorola brand, for infringing a number of its standard-essential patents (SEPs) in telecommunications.

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