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Appropriate royalty base for standard-essential patents a disputed issue in Innovatio IP Ventures bench trial

Posted in District Courts, Litigation, Non-Practicing Entities
Another week, and another standard-essential patent trial.  Whereas last week brought us the jury’s verdict finding a RAND breach in the Microsoft-Motorola case, the trial this week relates to a determination of the appropriate RAND royalty rate for Innovatio IP Ventures, LLC’s WiFi-essential patent portfolio (consisting of patents previously owned by Broadcom). You may recall … Continue Reading

WiFi equipment suppliers Cisco and HP step in and file declaratory judgment actions against Innovative Wireless Solutions LLC

Posted in Complaints, District Courts, Litigation, Non-Practicing Entities
Earlier this week, we provided an update on the multitude of WiFi-related infringement lawsuits brought by non-practicing entity Innovative Wireless Solutions LLC against various hotels and restaurants in Texas, noting that IWS had dismissed these suits (albeit without prejudice).  We had discussed that this was a decidedly “un-Innovatio-like” turn in the cases — but yesterday … Continue Reading

A final round-up of new public interest submissions in Samsung-Apple ITC case (Inv. No. 337-TA-794)

Posted in International Trade Commission, Litigation
In recent posts, we covered the briefs submitted by Samsung and Apple and the ITC Staff in response to the U.S. International Trade Commission’s request for additional briefing in Inv. No. 337-TA-794.  We noted that several other parties also submitted responses, offering their views on how an exclusion order in this case might affect the public … Continue Reading
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