Apple wants ITC to admit prior art reference out of time based on demonstrably false claim about Ericsson’s position on priority date of patent-in-suit

In the Eastern District of Texas, Apple already has a federal judge “puzzled by [its] hot-then-cold positions.” And its lobbyists advocating the devaluation of SEPs and opposing the demonopolization of app distribution claim to represent 5,000 small app developers but on their website just like about three dozen companies, about half of which are service providers and only a very few of which have actually published apps.No reasonable person would claim that Apple doesn’t have the right to advocate its positions. But it should maintain a certain minimum quality standard for the points it makes–be it in policy debates or…

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