Court filing seems to show that the DOJ is impartial in favor of Qualcomm


Earlier this year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) opposed Qualcomm in a 10-day nonjury trial that was heard by Judge Lucy Koh. You might recall that she was the judge who heard the original Apple v. Samsung patent infringement case back in 2012. FTC v. Qualcomm was all about the chip maker’s sales tactics and whether they violated antitrust laws and regulations.
Qualcomm’s “no license, no chips” policy is one of these tactics. In addition, the company’s penchant for charging royalties based on the retail price of a phone (now capped at $400) was under attack …

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