Apple’s lawyers in China have submitted a letter to Proview to essentially tell them to quit making remarks to the media. The letter claims that the comments that Proview CEO Yang Rongshan is making in public run contrary to the actual ruling in the case and also are falsifications of the facts. The letter is stating that Apple “formally reserve all rights to take further legal action against any individuals and tentities fort any damages that may result from defamoatory statements and unlawful actions intended to wrongfully interfere with Apple’s business and business relationships.”
Obviously Proview can do great damage to Apple in China through this case, but if they lose, there could be serious repercussions for Yang and his people. This is especially true since there is evidence which was submitted by Apple yesterday, showing emails in the Proview legal staff’s on hand that the sale had gone through and was for mainland China.
You can view the entire letter in both Chinese and English on the DOCSTOC website at:
Source: All Things Digital