BlackBerry scored a major victory in its ongoing legal battle with Typo, the Ryan Seacrest-backed company behind the iPhone keyboard case.
On Friday, a San Francisco court granted a preliminary injunction against Typo that prohibits the company from selling its $ 99 BlackBerry lookalike keyboard case
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The judge for the case said BlackBerry had proved a “likelihood” that Typo had, in fact, infringed on the company’s patents and that Typo had not provided sufficient proof otherwise.
“BlackBerry is pleased that its motion for a preliminary injunction against Typo Products LLC was granted,” a spokeswoman for BlackBerry told Reuters. “This ruling will help prevent further injury to BlackBerry from Typo’s blatant theft of our patented keyboard technology.” Read more…