Vringo announced that a Romanian appellate court denied ZTE Romania's twelfth attempt to overturn or suspend Vringo's preliminary injunction against ZTE Romania, according Telecompaper. On 6 August, ZTE Romania filed a motion seeking for the Bucharest Tribunal, 5th Civil Section to set aside Vringo's preliminary injunction in light of the 16 July European Court of Justice ruling in Huawei v. ZTE.  The Huawei v. ZTE case outlined the factors to consider in determining whether the holder of a standard-essential patent abuses its dominant position in seeking injunctive relief against an alleged infringer. On 31 August, the Bucharest Tribunal rejected all of ZTE Romania's arguments and denied ZTE Romania's request as ungrounded. ZTE Romania appealed the Bucharest Tribunal's decision and, on 28 October, the Bucharest Court of Appeal denied ZTE Romania's appeal as ungrounded, with no further chance of appeal.