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February 21, 2013
09:12 EDTVRNGVringo extends lawsuit against ZTE in Germany with additional patent
Vringo announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Vringo Germany GmbH, extended its patent infringement lawsuit against the ZTE China, and its German subsidiary, ZTE Deutschland GmbH. The pleading, filed in the District Court of Mannheim, alleges infringement of the German part of European Patent 1,186,119. Declarations have been filed at the European Telecommunications and Standards Institute that cover the patent. ZTE's accused devices are believed to fall within the scope of the patent. Vringo's complaint brief will be served on ZTE. According to the complaint, Vringo is seeking injunctive relief, rendering of accounts, and damages.
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November 25, 2015
14:02 EDTVRNGVringo announces 1-for-10 reverse stock split
Vringo announced the that effective at 5:00 pm, Eastern Time, on November 27, the company will effect a one-for-ten reverse stock split of its outstanding common stock. The company's common stock will open for trading on The NASDAQ Capital Market on November 30 on a post-split basis.
November 18, 2015
08:50 EDTVRNGVringo announces Brazil court upholds preliminary injunction against ZTE
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November 12, 2015
08:10 EDTVRNGVringo announces favorable rulings in Romania, China
Vringo announced that it has received favorable rulings in litigation against ZTE in Romania and China. In Romania, on November 11, the Bucharest First District Court rejected ZTE Romania's challenge to the enforcement of the preliminary injunction that has been in place against ZTE Romania since June 30, 2014. ZTE Romania has previously lost all rights to appeal the preliminary injunction itself. This marks the thirteenth time that a Romanian court has stricken down a challenge by ZTE Romania to the preliminary injunction or to the enforcement thereof. In China, the Patent Re-Examination Board of the State Intellectual Property Office of the People's Republic of China has upheld the validity of two of Vringo's Chinese patents, each for the second time.

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