Home > slashdot > US ITC May Reverse Judge’s Ruling In Kodak vs. Apple

US ITC May Reverse Judge’s Ruling In Kodak vs. Apple

March 26th, 2011 03:31 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Cellphones

An anonymous reader writes “Going after Apple and RIM, Kodak says, ‘every digital camera and phone with a camera’ infringes on its patents. A judge sided against Kodak in January, but now the US International Trade Commission has agreed to review the judge’s decision. With the ITC’s ability to block imports, Apple and RIM may have no choice but to fork over dough to Kodak in the event of an unfavorable decision. If the ITC can toss out court decisions like this, one wonders how much hope there is for patent reform. The patent in question is Patent Number 6292218: ‘Electronic camera for initiating capture of still images while previewing motion images.’”

Source: US ITC May Reverse Judge’s Ruling In Kodak vs. Apple

Related Articles:

  1. Apple Seeks Court Permission To Sue Kodak For Patent Infringement
  2. Kodak Sues HTC and Apple
  3. Kodak Sues Apple & RIM Over Preview In Cameras
  4. Apple and Google Joining Forces On Kodak Patents Bid
  5. Kodak Failing, But Camera Phones Not To Blame
blog comments powered by Disqus
YOYOYOOYOYOYO