- LG has opposed Qualcomm’s efforts to appeal against an antitrust ruling.
- LG says it failed to reach an agreement to renew a chip licensing deal with Qualcomm under the terms of the ruling.
- The Korean firm says it might be forced to renew the deal on the chip designer’s terms.
“If Qualcomm does not participate in negotiations with LGE in accordance with the court’s order, LGE will have no option but to conclude license and chipset supply agreements once again on Qualcomm’s terms,” read an excerpt of the filing, according to the newswire.
Last month’s antitrust ruling found that Qualcomm had charged “onerous” fees to companies wanting to use its patents. Judge Lucy Koh also ruled that the U.S. firm needs to sign new patent licensing deals without the offending terms.
LG is calling on Qualcomm to abide by this ruling, while the Qualcomm seemingly thinks that it’s …read more
Source:: android authority