Samsung has filed a lawsuit against LG Display in an effort to convince the court that seven of LG's OLED displays don't hold water.
Filed with an intellectual property tribunal in Korea, the suit is seeking to invalidate LG's patents on the grounds that they "lack innovation," according to the Yonhap News agency.
This is just the latest salvo in the ongoing legal turmoil between the two companies.
In September, LG Display filed suit against Samsung, claiming violation of the seven (organic light-emitting diode) patents in question.
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