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CrunchGear's Jeremy Kessel recnetly spoke with "Barry L. Cohen, Esq.,who specializes in commercial and business litigation and intellectualproperty litigation and licensing at Thorp Reed & Armstrong,[regarding] his thoughts on the Nokia v. Apple matter at large.According to Mr. Cohen, because Nokia has been successful in licensingthe patents at issue with dozens of other companies, the Finnishcompany most likely felt confident that it would be able to reach anagreement with Apple as well. When the negotiations reached an impasse,Nokia was essentially left with no other choice but to pursue legalrecourse."

"Filing the lawsuit against Apple is most likely, at least in part, adeliberate strategy to put more pressure on Apple to agree to the termsthat Nokia has requested with regards to licensing the patentedtechnologies," Kessel reports. "Because the 10 patents at issue include'fundamental' cellular technologies, the lawsuit may also have beenmotivated by some (or many) of the other companies who are alreadypaying licensing fees to Nokia and want Apple to do the same."



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