Samsung filed an emergency movement on Wednesday asking a federal court docket to redact main points of its agreement with chipmaker Qualcomm that have been “inadvertently” been made public overdue Tuesday.

The “extremely delicate and confidential” main points had up to now been below seal however have been disclosed as a part of ruling that discovered Qualcomm illegally hurt competitors within the wi-fi chip marketplace.

Samsung stated the general public disclosure of its $100 million agreement final 12 months with Qualcomm would “irreparably hurt” its “trade benefit,” in all probability permitting competition to make use of the tips to barter an identical or higher agreement phrases with Qualcomm.

Samsung stated it is reviewing Tuesday’s ruling via US District Courtroom Pass judgement on Lucy Koh, which runs greater than 230 pages, to resolve whether or not different up to now sealed confidential data from the agreement were inadvertently disclosed and wanted resealing.

The main points have been incorporated in a long-awaited ruling issued overdue Tuesday that discovered Qualcomm used its dominant place to pressure pointless licensing charges on handset makers like Apple. Koh stated Qualcomm’s licensing practices “strangled pageant” within the modem chip markets for years, harming competitors and shoppers within the procedure.

Koh’s ruling calls for Qualcomm to switch its trade practices and renegotiate the license agreements it has with consumers.

Samsung did not instantly reply to a request for remark.

 

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