A Vermont company is suing Apple Computer for alleged patent infringement. Contois Music & Technology filed suit last week in U.S. District Court in Vermont, alleging that the interface for iTunes infringes on its patent and has “irreparably” damaged the company.
According to the lawsuit, Contois is seeking a preliminary and permanent injunction against the iPod maker. Contois is also charging that Apple’s patent infringement is willful and has asked the court to take this into account by tripling the amount of damages it would otherwise award. Contois is seeking unspecified damages in the suit.
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