He described client Qualcomm, the San Diego telecom company, as under worldwide assault from Apple, which is suing in San Diego federal court for antitrust, breach of contract and a declaration of patent noninfringement. Apple has piled on with similar actions in the U.K., China, Japan and Taiwan.

“We believe we are standing in a boxing ring with our gloves up,” Chesler said, hands aside his head, “with the biggest boxer in the world punching away at us.”

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