QMax Communications

Creative awarded additional US$2.3 mil in damages as Court tosses out Huawei appeal

SINGAPORE (May 25): Huawei International has been ordered to pay Creative Technology and its subsidiary, QMax communications, an additional sum of US$2.3 million ($3.1 million), after the Singapore Court of Appeal today ruled in favour of the latter.

This is in addition to the US$9.3 million and $15.6 million with interest that the High Court had earlier awarded to Creative and QMax.

The Court of Appeal, whose judgment is final and non-appealable, has also awarded costs of the legal proceedings to Creative and QMax.

Creative Tech awarded $36 mil in legal proceedings against Huawei

SINGAPORE (Aug 16): Creative Technology is showing no letup in hauling other tech companies to court and making them pay for contract breaches and patent infringement.

In the latest win on Wednesday, Creative announced the Singapore Court held China tech giant Huawei International liable of misinterpretation, being grossly negligent and for breach of contract.

Huawei has been ordered to pay Creative and subsidiary QMax Communications about US$9.3 million ($12.7 million) and US$15.6 million with interest, which brings the total sum to about $36 million.

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