Spherix asserts Nortel auction patents; Rockstar awaits its payday 06 Sep 13
Spherix has filed its first litigation using patents that formerly belonged to Nortel and Rockstar. It is suing Hong Kong-based VTech, claiming that the company has infringed a number of rights relating to cordless telephone technology. This looks to be the first time that patents sold at the Nortel auction and subsequently held by Rockstar have been litigated.
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