As if the problems from Motorola and Samsung were not enough, Apple is facing some new legal tangles and now it would need to take out some more time to spend in courts.
Cequint Inc., a Seattle based company is seeking unspecified damages related to the claims of Apple products infringing on caller ID related patents. The company had filed a complaint in Wilmington and seeking to approach a court in Wilmington. Declaring the status of Caller ID disputed, Cequint wants to prevent Apple from using this technology.
After Motorola the won the patents infringement lawsuit against Apple, last week on 9 December 2011, Apple had been ordered to pay hundred million euros ($134 Million) to Motorola.
Now the sales of Apple products covered under the patents lawsuit of Motorola cannot be sold anywhere in Europe.