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Nokia asks Delaware court to enforce Qualcomm's contractual obligations in essential patent licensing
Qualcomm has filed three separate legal actions against Nokia in U.S. Federal Court, a court in the United Kingdom and the U.S. International Trade Commission where it has requested injunctions against Nokia. Nokia is taking this action as a defensive measure to ensure there is a consolidated forum for addressing these issues and is asking the Court to enforce Qualcomm's obligation to negotiate royalties on FRAND terms. Additionally, Nokia is asking the Court to affirm the key elements of FRAND, where the two companies to-date have had differing views, to solidify a framework for future intellectual property licensing negotiations.
This action seeking resolution through the Court follows the European Telecommunications Standardization Institute (ETSI) dispute resolution process.
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