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August 2, 2005

Intermec to Symbol: You Are Engaging in Unfair Trade Practice

Intermec Technologies is suing a rival company, Symbol Technologies, for unfair trade practices.  According to the RFID Journal, Intermec claims that Symbol imported three of its own mobile computing products that infringe on patents held by Intermec.  Intermec is suing under section 337 of the United States Tariff Act of 1930, alleging the importing of these products is an unfair trade practice.  It is not possible for Intermec to sue under a patent infringement theory since the products in question are not manufactured within the United States.

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