With the breakdown of Nokia and RIM's license renewal talks and a judgment against RIM, Nokia now seeks an injunction on the Blackberry. IP and mobile industry experts are discussing the possible outcome of this litigation.("Nokia Demands to Stop Sales of RIM’s Blackberry Phones" XbitLabs.com - November 28, 2012)
Article excerpt: Nokia Corp. wants to stop sales of smartphones from Research in Motion with support for Wi-Fi technology, or virtually all the Blackberry handsets that are available on the market today. The Espoo, Finland-based company this week won a patent dispute with RIM and currently demands the rival to stop selling Blackberry in the U.S., U.K. and Canada.
"No substantive issue will be re-litigated. The U.S. court merely needs to enforce the verdict of the Swedish arbitration tribunal,” said Alexander Poltorak, chief executive of patent consultancy General Patent Corp.