The Samsung Intellectual Property Alliance has launched an investigation into whether Samsung infringed on patents belonging to three companies.
The alliance is investigating the allegations of patent infringement against the electronics giant and said it is working with several other parties in an effort to identify who owns the rights to some of the patents.
“We are working with various parties to identify the exact ownership of these patents,” a Samsung spokesperson told The Globe and Mail.
The patents involve electronic device screens and a process for displaying information on those screens.
The companies are Samsung, Samsung Display, and Samsung Electronics Co. The Samsung group is the main owner of the Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
Samsung says it is an innovator and a global leader in smart technologies.
The patent, issued in 2012, covers the display of information on a screen.
It covers a display that can be connected to a display, which can be made up of electronic components.
The display can display information such as weather conditions, or the date and time of a weather report, or a text-to-speech interface that can send text messages, such as email, to the recipient.
A company called Display Technologies was the first to license the patent to Samsung.
Samsung then licensed the patent in 2013 to a company called QNAP.
The two companies are the main owners of the Galaxy Note smartphones and have been collaborating since.
Samsung and QNAPS filed an application to the International Trade Commission in May 2016.
The ITC’s complaint against Samsung said that the two companies used the patent “in connection with the Display Technologies patent to make the Samsung devices and the Samsung Display devices.”
Samsung filed an objection to the ITC complaint, arguing that the application for the patent did not properly identify the rights holder of the patent.
The complaint says that the claim of patent rights has been previously applied in a number of jurisdictions, including the U.S., the U.-K., and China.
“While Samsung acknowledges that the patent claims in the complaint are not in fact patent claims, Samsung argues that Samsung’s claim of the ‘patent rights’ claims is inconsistent with other claims of a ‘patriotic nature,'” according to the complaint.
The U.K. Patent Office has been examining the complaint, but has not ruled on whether to approve it.
The lawsuit against Samsung is being led by a patent attorney at the law firm of PwC.
The filing is being filed in the U-K.
The Intellectual Property Association of Australia (IPAA) is also investigating the claims of patent theft.
“The complaint is extremely serious,” said Philip O’Connell, senior partner at IPAA.
The group said it plans to file a notice of claim with the court next week. “
A number of our members are concerned about this,” he said.
The group said it plans to file a notice of claim with the court next week.
Samsung declined to comment on the investigation.
The Galaxy Note 5 is the company’s first device to use the Snapdragon 835 processor.
The chip is based on the Exynos 8890, which is manufactured by Qualcomm.
The chipset also uses Samsung’s Exynus processor, which the company has licensed to Apple for use in iPhones.
Apple has also licensed Exynum processors to other companies, including Huawei.
The phone was launched in the United States on Sept. 29.