Apple’s China iPad Trademark Ruling Will Take More Time To Come At Conclusion

Posted on Jun 15 2012 - 7:10am by Editorial Staff

Apple long-heated battle in China over iPad trademark sees a new pause as China’s Higher People’s Court of Guangdong won’t release a ruling on Apple’s February 29 appeal as long as both the companies start talking, reports Bloomberg. “The mediation will continue,” Roger Xie, a Proview Technology lawyer said. “There is no specific deadline.”

Apple appears to be willing to entering into negotiations and submitting a compensation package for the mark with Proview. Apple offered 100 million yuan ($16 million) for rights to the mark in China but Proview demanding at least 400 million yuan ($63 million) in order to appease its creditors, eight of which are Chinese banks

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