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Qualcomm makes case to appeals court that it didn’t hurt competition – Source CNET Tech


The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco is considering Qualcomm’s case. 

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Qualcomm is back in a courtroom, this time making the case for why it didn’t hurt competition in the smartphone chip business. 

The company, represented by attorney Thomas Goldstein of the firm Goldstein & Russell, on Thursday appeared before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco. Qualcomm is hoping the appeals court will overturn a ruling by a district court judge that declared it to be a monopoly and ordered it to renegotiate its licensing contracts.  

Qualcomm aimed to show that its business practices didn’t actually harm competition, while the US Federal Trade Commission tried to make it clear…

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