Apple Can't Escape IPhone Dual Lens Patent Dispute

Law360 (October 2, 2018, 7:33 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge found Monday that Corephotonics Ltd.'s complaints "more than simply" alleged that Apple Inc. knew about the Israeli startup's lens technology patents and infringed them in several iPhone models, rejecting the tech giant's bid for dismissal.

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh shot down Apple's attempt to toss the consolidated patent case, finding that Corephotonics' claims — that Apple asked it to stop sending patents — show that Apple was at least willfully blind to a high risk that it was infringing on the patents in question

"From all of those allegations, including Apple's previous awareness of Corephotonics' technology...

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