Lenovo wants to ban ASUS from selling laptops after its recent lawsuit

The battle for innovation and intellectual property has taken a new turn in the world of technology.

Lenovo has filed a lawsuit against AsusTek Computer Inc. and Asus Computer International. claims that Asus laptops infringe four Lenovo patents. The company is seeking damages and an end to sales of Zenbook laptops and other allegedly infringing products in the United States.

The lawsuit, filed Nov. 15 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, seeks a jury trial “Damages, including lost profits, caused by alleged patent infringement”.

Additionally, Lenovo announced the launch of a Patent infringement lawsuit against Asus before the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the United States.

In order to stop the alleged patent infringement, Lenovo is aiming to take over Asus “Do not market, advertise, distribute, offer for sale, sell or otherwise transfer, including moving or shipping inventory.” Products that infringe the four patents in question.

Lenovo’s lawsuit is a response to a lawsuit that Asus filed with the Munich Patent Court in August 2023. According to Lenovo, these lawsuits concerned the cellular technology that they had offered to Asus “A mutual licensing agreement as a solution.”

Lenovo underlines its desire for a fair and reasonable solution regarding licensing, while underscoring the importance of defending its patent portfolio, which includes more than 28,000 patents, of which 14,000 are pending.

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