German court rules Motorola infringes antenna patent

FRANKFURT Wed Jul 9, 2014 3:25pm IST

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A German court has ordered Motorola Deutschland and Motorola Mobility USA to stop selling mobile phones in Germany, which infringe a patent owned by LPKF Laser & Electronics AG, the company said on Wednesday.

The German company said in a statement that the regional court in Mannheim has ruled that the companies infringe LPKF's patent for Laser Direct Structuring, which is used in antennas for mobile phones.

(Reporting by Harro ten Wolde; Editing by Kirsti Knolle)

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