Qualcomm Inc. lost two pretrial skirmishes on Friday in its patent and antitrust battle against Apple Inc.—in just about every way imaginable.

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel of San Diego repeatedly found that Qualcomm had misstated the law, overreached with its arguments or was just plain wrong as he refused to block Apple from suing Qualcomm in foreign jurisdictions or to order the resumption of royalty payments while the litigation plays out.

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