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BlackBerry wins court order against TV host Ryan Seacrest’s Typo


(Reuters) – BlackBerry Ltd won a preliminary injunction on Friday to ban Ryan Seacrests Typo Products LLC from selling a $99 iPhone case after a judge agreed that television hosts company had likely infringed on BlackBerrys patents. U.S. District Judge William Orrick in San Francisco said that the Canadian mobile phone maker had established a likelihood of proving that Typo infringed its patents, while mentioning that Typo had not sufficiently challenged the patents in question. The preliminary injunction prohibits Typo from the sale of its keyboard, which is a part of the relief sought by Blackberry. BlackBerry is pleased that its motion for a preliminary injunction against Typo Products LLC was granted.

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