A few months ago, Nokia accused Apple of infringing on patents relating to GSM, UMTS and wireless LAN standards (WLAN). Well, the guys at Cupertino were not going to take that sitting down. So, after standing up for a second, they sat back down and decided to countersue the Finnish telecommunication giant. Apple's General Council Bruce Sewell laid it all out on the table by commenting that ,"Other companies must compete with us by inventing their own technologies, not just by stealing ours.” Ouch. Words can hurt, you know. For those who fancy themselves a weekend attorney, if you suffer from insomnia and even the Motorola Milestone ad doesn't put you to sleep, or if you have nothing better to do and need to kill a few hours, click on the link
for a look at Apple's counterclaims.