ITC launches probe into Lenovo, Motorola Mobile Imports

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By Jasmin Jackson (April 29, 2022, 8:21 p.m. EDT) — The U.S. International Trade Commission has opened an investigation into imports of Motorola-branded smartphones accused of infringing Maxell’s patents for touchpad and touchpad technology. ‘digital display.

The ITC said in a notice on Thursday that it would review certain mobile devices made by Chinese company Lenovo Group Ltd., its US subsidiary and its subsidiary Motorola Mobility LLC.

Administrative Law Judge Monica V. Bhattacharyya – who joined the bench of the commission in September 2021 – has been assigned to investigate.

Maxell Ltd. filed a complaint with the commission last month, alleging imports of Motorola-branded smartphones infringe six of its patents covering technology for…

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