Nokia has filed lawsuits against Research In Motion in the U.S., the UK and Canada seeking to enforce an arbitration ruling it won in Sweden. The dispute began when Nokia accused RIM of breaching a cross-licensing agreement that allowed RIM to use Nokia’s standard-essential cellular patents. RIM had taken the position that the agreement included Nokia’s wireless local access network patents as well — an argument Nokia rejected. The two companies sought arbitration with the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, which ruled against RIM.
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