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Samsung to pay $2 million to Nokia & Apple in the patent agreement leak case

New NokiaNokia and Apple have got favorable ruling against Samsung & Quinn Emmanuel lawyers in the confidential patent agreement leak case. Samsung will pay $2 million to Apple and Nokia under this ruling.

If you remember, Nokia and Apple have proposed sanctions against Samsung and its representative law firm in US court. This was in relation to leak of confidential Nokia-Apple patent licensing agreement by one of Samsung’s executives sometime back. Apple has produced this licensing agreement in court during the Samsung-Apple litigation meant to be used only by Samsung’s outside counsel (marked as “Highly Confidential — Attorneys’ Eyes Only”). 



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  • Don’t think the 2Million is enough for this crime!

    • Kamal

      True, but that’s what court thinks, unfortunately.