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U.S. ITC Opposes Apple’s Motion for a Stay Pending Appeal in Company’s Smartwatches Case

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) on Wednesday opposed Apple’s motion for a stay pending appeal in a case involving sales of the company’s flagship smartwatches, according to reports.

Apple tracker MacRumors quoted a court filing in its report stating, “Apple presents a weak and unconvincing case to invoke the extraordinary remedy of a stay pending appeal.” The document also added that Apple’s arguments “amount to little more than an indisputably adjudicated infringer requesting permission to continue infringing the asserted patents.”

If nothing else, the Apple Watch models should be available in the US until early next week, as the court is still taking comments until January 15 from other parties supporting the ITC’s decision.

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