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U.S. court rejects Motorola Mobility price-fixing appeal

November 26, 2014, Reuters

Robert Wick, Jeffrey Davidson, Derek Ludwin, John Playforth and David Zionts are mentioned in these articles regarding their representation of Samsung.

From WSJ: "Robert Wick, a Covington & Burling lawyer who represented the LCD makers, said the court’s ruling meant Motorola would have to assert its claims under foreign law." 

“The court’s opinion basically says that Motorola can’t have it both ways,” Mr. Wick said. “Motorola can’t be a foreign company for purposes of manufacturing phones, but a U.S. company when it comes to asserting antitrust claims.”

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