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Huawei Lawyer’s prior work at Justice Department poses conflicts: US Prosecutors

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Last week, the US prosecutors filed a motion to disqualify James Cole due to its work at the justice department, and Huawei calls it a mockery in the adversarial process.

Huawei will go against US prosecutor’ motion of disqualifying its defense lawyer

According to Reuters, Huawei Technologies’ lawyer James Cole’s prior work at the US Department of Justice created conflicts of interest that should disqualify him from defending the Chinese telecom giant in a case of alleged bank fraud and sanction violations in Ira, US prosecutors revealed in a filing on May 10.



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Last week, US prosecutors filed a motion to remove Cole, who serves as deputy attorney general, the No. 2 official at the justice department, between 2011, and 2015. But the motion was sealed and classified.

“There is a ‘substantial risk’ that Cole could use ‘confidential factual information’ obtained while serving as DAG to ‘materially advance’ Huawei’s current defense strategy,” the prosecutors said, according to a redacted copy of the U.S. motion filed on Friday in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, New York.

On the next day, Huawei made a media statement regarding cole and said: “The Justice Department’s motion to disqualify James Cole makes a mockery of the adversarial process,”.



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“The government has known since 2017 that Mr. Cole represented Huawei in this matter. Now, two years later, not only does the Justice Department seek to strip Huawei of counsel of its choice, but it does so while concealing from Huawei and the public virtually all of the facts on which it bases its motion”.

The company also expressed its trust on the protections of the American criminal justice system — including the Sixth Amendment right to counsel, that the company said cannot be so easily subverted.

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Huawei Nova 9 officially launched in the global market

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On October 21, 2021, Huawei has launched the Nova 9 smartphone for global consumers. This is the first global launch of any new Huawei smartphone since the Mate 40 series, which was unveiled last year and it’ll be available to purchase in most of the European countries.

The Huawei Nova 9 for the global consumer is available in two color options – Starry Blue and Black. The phone starts at 499 euros and it’s available to pre-order from today onwards. There are a few things to note that the black version of this phone will be available from November 2nd, 2021 and the Starry Blue version will be open for sale from 11 November. However, the availability may vary.

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At 499 Euros, you’ll get the 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage version of Huawei nova 9 in different markets.

Huawei Nova 9:

Huawei Nova 9 sports a 6.57-inch OLED display with FHD+ (2340 x 1080) resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, center hole-punch design, and curved edges, and a new display fingerprint for a more convenient screen unlock.

The Nova 9 has a 50MP quad-camera system consisting of a 50 RYYB main camera, f/1.9 aperture + 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, f/2.2 aperture + 2 MP depth of field camera, f/2.4 aperture, 2 MP macro camera, f/2.4 aperture

The front side of this phone brings a 32MP (f/2.0 aperture) selfie camera. Both of these cameras are packed with different types of camera modes and photo enhancing features for you to take the most out of the camera specifications.

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Huawei Nova 9 Pro

This phone measures 160mm x 73.7mm x 7.77mm and 175g. In terms of battery, it has a 4300mAh battery along with a 66W super fast charge and USB Type-C input. The Nova 9 comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor for faster task executions but it only has a 4G LTE model. Interestingly, the phone comes with EMUI 12 operating system.

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Huawei opens new flagship store in Vienna

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Aside from its worldwide product availability, Huawei has established a new flagship store in Vienna, Austria. The smartphone maker is localizing its device availability and flagship services in Austria by taking its capital and largest city as one of the company’s bases.

According to the information, Huawei inaugurated the Vienna flagship store on 20th October. It’s located in the Kerntenstrasse which is one of Europe’s most prestigious stroller routes. The company chooses the center of Vienna for realizing the seamless interconnection between products and people.

Speaking of Vienna, it’s the 6th-largest city by population within city limits in the European Union and is widely popular for its expensive utilities and lifestyle. It must be the reason for the Chinese firm to increase the popularity and sales of its goods. The company seems to be confident about the positive response from the residents.

Below you can check the few clicks of the Vienna flagship store of Huawei-

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Huawei Flagship Store:

The simplistic yet elegant design of the store is clearly visible in the images. This two-story emporium has artistic indoors with a chic design and spacious look. Moving ahead, the latest flagship and its signature products including smartphones, tablets, laptops, speakers, and displays are portraited inside the store.

Furthermore, many locals of the city join the opening ceremony in a massive number. However, the reports show that people have one more place where they can often check-in in Austria. Besides, the flagship store will be taking care of sales, after-sales, and product experience services.

On the other hand, the Chinese online flagship stores started to provide express delivery to the consumers. At present, the city includes Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Dongguan, Shanghai, and Hangzhou, which has the quickest delivery time record of about a half-hour.

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(Source- CNMO)

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Apple opposing Huawei MatePod trademark, applied for new headphones

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Recently, Huawei has published a new trademark opposition decision document that contains the relevant info about the Huawei MatePod trademark which is being opposed by Apple. It’s another trademark dispute of the smartphone maker with the other companies.

The Case:

As per the information extracted from the document, the China base form has previously applied for the Huawei MatePod trademark name. It includes 9 kinds of international classifications under headphones electronic chips.

However, the US-based phone maker believes that its headphone collections- AirPods, EarPods are knowingly forged by the Chinese firm. Thus, it’s strictly opposed to using this name in practice. The company doesn’t want its customers to get confused.

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The Decision:

The Chinese State Intellectual Property Office announced its verdict in favor of Huawei and grant the Huawei MatePod trademark name after giving a satisfactory clarification to Apple.

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Apple Huawei MatePod trademark

Clarification:

Although, the intellectual believes that the cited trademark (Apple accessories) and opposed trademark (Huawei MatePod) share the same functionality, marketing, and belong to the same industry. Still, the English latter composition, pronunciation, and overall appearance of both trademarks are easily recognizable.

Hence, there is no clashing scenario, so it won’t cause any confusion to the consumer of both companies. Moreover, the opponent’s claim of imitating the names hasn’t adequate facts, so the intellectuals are granting permission to Huawei.

Huawei Trademark Dispute:

Sony and Huawei: The Japanese company files a lawsuit against the Huawei Watch GT series in the UK IPO office. The reason was its famous racing game series Gran Turismo’ which is generally abbreviated as GT. However, the China-based firm isn’t easy to give up its famous smartwatch series label.

Xiaomi and Huawei: The Chinese Intellectual Property Database previously published a case dispute regarding Xiaomi’s “MiService” and Huawei’s “MyService” trademark. Containing almost similar pronunciation, and text style, Xiaomi’s trademark has been rejected.

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