Tuesday December 1, 2020

Nokia loses German patent case

Nokia shares have fallen sharply after the Finnish mobile phone manufacturer lost a key patent case in Germany.

20th April, 2012

Nokia shares have fallen sharply after the Finnish mobile phone manufacturer lost a key patent case in Germany.

Shares in the company are down 5.1 per cent to €2.77 after the case's outcome. The case was taken by a German patent firm, IPCom.

Nokia must stop all 3G phone sales in Germany under the German regional court’s ruling, although judgment doesn’t specify which models are affected.

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