Last week, Judge Holderman issued an Announcement that Fujitsu and Tellabs reached a settlement in this case where a jury had found that Fujitsu breached its RAND obligations and Judge Holderman had ordered Fujitsu to show cause why its patent should not be deemed unenforceable as to Tellabs (see our July 24, 2014 post).
Fujitsu breached RAND obligation and must show cause why patent not unenforceable against Tellabs (Fujitsu v. Tellabs)
By David Long on
Posted in Court Orders, District Courts, Jury verdicts, Litigation
Yesterday, a jury returned a verdict finding that Fujitsu had breached its standard-setting obligations to offer its declared ‘737 Patent (now expired) to Tellabs on reasoanble and non-discriminatory terms (RAND). Judge Holderman then issued an order to show to cause why the patent should not be held unenforceable as to Tellabs. This case presents many…