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Apple Pays $60M for iPad Trademark in China

Apple has agreed to pay $60 million for ownership of the iPad trademark in China, as part of a settlement with a little-known Chinese firm called Proview that had tried to ban sales of the tablet in the country, according to a local court.

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Proview Rejected Apple’s $16m Offer, Wanted $400m

Yesterday we brought you news that a U.S. District Court judge had rejected Proview’s attempt to bring its trademark infringement battle with Apple to American shores. Now it appears that Apple has made attempts to settle the case and been

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Proview's suit against Apple in California tossed

Proview's trademark infringement case against Apple and the use of the iPad moniker has been dismissed by a California judge.

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Apple vs. Proview: Media Reports Fictitious Settlement Progress

Just in case you read about this in either Xinhua, Global Times or China Daily, please do not think that anything has actually happened in the iPad trademark dispute, or at least anything that can be verified.

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Apple seeks settlement to end Proview 'iPad' trademark dispute

Apple is reportedly pushing for a settlement in the "iPad" trademark dispute with China-based Proview, according to a China government newswire.

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Chinese official backs Proview in Apple dispute

Senior Chinese official sided with a company battling with Apple over the right to use the iPad name in China's lucrative market.

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Chinese company sues Apple in the U.S. over use of iPad trademark

Proview, the Chinese company that successfully won against Apple in Chinese courts over the use of the iPad name but failed to get an injunction enforced, has taken its case to the U.S. Proview has filed a lawsuit against Apple claiming trademark infringement and accusing Apple of fraud in California. Read the full story here.

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