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DT faces HTC sales ban in Germany

Thursday 17 December 2015 | 10:16 CET | News
HTC faces a sales ban of its handsets sold through Deutsche Telekom after a German court granted an injunction request, the Wall Street Journal reports. Acacia Research Group, a patent licensing firm based in Plano, Texas, won a lawsuit in Germany's Mannheim District Court on 27 November that granted it an injunction against HTC handset sales through Deutsche Telekom.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Acacia / Deutsche Telekom / HTC
Countries: Germany
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