RIM Blasts Antitrust Appeal Over Scuttled Keypad Deal

Law360, New York (March 21, 2012, 6:09 PM EDT) -- Research in Motion Corp. on Tuesday said the Second Circuit should reject Eatoni Ergonomics Inc.'s appeal over a failed cell phone keyboard development deal between the companies, saying a lower court correctly determined the broken deal didn't merit an antitrust suit.

RIM said in its brief that its former business partner had failed to explain how RIM's purported failure to work with Eatoni to develop SureType II "reduced Qwerty" keypads used in mobile devices qualified the company to pursue an antitrust action against the BlackBerry maker,...
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