Fed. Circ. Prompted to suspend Philips ITC deal in licensing fight


By Tiffany Hu (Oct 21, 2021, 8:28 p.m. EDT) – Honda and other companies on Thursday urged the Federal Circuit to overturn a district court’s refusal to suspend Philips’ efforts to obtain the U.S. Trade Commission international ban on imports of Thales’ wireless modules amid the company licensing dispute, saying pressure from a ban will force Thales to “accept the terms demanded by Philips” instead of a level playing field.

American Honda Motor Co., Continental Automotive Systems Inc. and U-Blox America Inc. have filed an amicus case supporting Thales DIS AIS Deutschland GmbH’s interlocutory appeal against a Delaware federal judge’s decision not to do so. right to Thales’s preliminary injunction request. .

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