Apple has suffered another setback in its attempts to stop the bankrupt Kodak from auctioning off a series of patents.
After Apple’s previous attempt to stop the auction wholesale failed, the company appealed to try to move the case from bankruptcy court to a local district court, which Apple said would be more experienced and better equipped to handle a case like this. But last week, a judge in the case denied Apple’s request for a change of venue, cutting off one more argument from Apple against these patents being auctioned off.
This case has been a messy on…
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Judge denies Apple’s bid to move Kodak suit to new court