Despite neither Samsung nor Apple gaining the upper hand in their court fight in South Korea, it looks like Samsung might be worse for wear as the Korea Fair Trade Commission has started to investigate Apple’s antitrust claims against Samsung. The Cupertino company is claiming that Samsung is abusing its wireless technology patents to give themselves an advantage over their competitors in the mobile industry. At the same time, Samsung is also facing similar investigations over in Europe as the EC is looking into whether Samsung’s standards-essential FRAND patents violate the EU’s antitrust laws. No word on when this investigation will be complete, but it certainly looks like Samsung has their plate full, what with other lawsuits with Apple pending in other countries and their appeal in the US which will hopefully get them out of paying Apple $1 billion in damages.
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