Proview recently acquired $60 million by successfully using all its devious skills to arm-twist Apple and extort money. Its lawyers helped it and the selfish Proview forgot to give them their due.
Might is right! No matter whether you are right or wrong, the victory belongs to the one who is more powerful. Super-heroes may have defeated villains that were more powerful than them (heroes) in comics but this does not happen in real life. At least, not in China.
We reported earlier that Apple was planning to open two retail stores in Chengdu and Shenzhen, respectively. When somebody does a good thing, bad people try to sabotage that. That is what seems to happen.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Has reported that China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center has approved license for the sale of an unnamed 3G device from Apple.
Proview’s legal battle against Apple over the use of the “iPad” trademark continues to drag on because Proview would not rest until it extorts a huge amount of money from Apple.
Proview wants to harass Apple, just because Apple is an American company. Despite insisting on out of court settlement, Proview is dragging the argument with Apple which it is calling settlement talks.
Apple and Proview maybe discussing settlement in their dispute over the iPad trademark in China, but the two companies are unable to reach an agreement despite Proview insisting on an out-of-court settlement.
In the legal dispute involving Apple and Chinese company Proview, the biased judiciary and government have been supporting Proview’s unfair and false claims due to their perverted sense of patriotism. Apple is a lone warrior in a battle where whole system is corrupt.
For months, lawyers representing Apple and bankrupt monitor vendor Proview have been trying to negotiate a way out of a high-stake trademark dispute which has been preventing the launch of the new iPad in the 1.33 billion people China market.
Nobody would have thought that some funky capitalization could cause so much trouble. Proview, the purveyor of that 90s-era all-in-one called the iPAD fighting on to ensure not to let the rights to the iPad name being owned by iPad maker Apple, despite selling those rights to the latter.