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Norfolk jury hits Verizon with $115-million verdict

A federal jury Tuesday found Verizon infringed patents for video-on-demand technology, delivering a big-dollar victory for a small tech company founded by a Virginia Beach man. “We’re ecstatic,” one company lawyer told The Virginian-Pilot. The jury had been hearing testimony ...

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Norfolk jury hits Verizon with $115-million verdict

A federal jury Tuesday found Verizon infringed patents for video-on-demand technology, delivering a big-dollar victory for a small tech company founded by a Virginia Beach man. “We’re ecstatic,” one company lawyer told The Virginian-Pilot. The jury had been hearing testimony ...

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Royalty ‘Expert’ Opinion Excluded in Patent Case (access required)

In this litigation involving patents-in-suit relating to electronic sourcing systems, which allow prospective buyers to locate items to buy from multiple electronic catalogs, a Richmond U.S. District Court grants defendant’s motion to exclude plaintiff’s expert in support of its claim ...

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Claim Construction in Silicon Carbide Patent Case (access required)

In this litigation over patents related to the growth of silicon carbide, a semiconductor material composed of silicon and carbide, a Norfolk U.S. District Court conducts a Markman hearing on a variety of disputed terms. The general growth method at ...

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Court Limits Evidence on Billion-Dollar Damage Claim (access required)

In this patent dispute between Rolls-Royce PLC and United Technologies Corp., an Alexandria U.S. District Court grants UTC’s motion in limine to limit Rolls-Royce’s evidence and argument to support its claim for $3.2 billion in damages for price erosion and ...

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‘Recoloring’ Tattoo Designs Is Copyright Violation (access required)

A licensee of tattoo designs infringed plaintiff designer’s copyright, both before and after termination of the license for nonpayment of royalties, by changing the colors of the designs the licensee posted on its own website, and a Norfolk U.S. District ...

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Claim Construction Offered in Drug Case (access required)

A Norfolk U.S. District Court issues its opinion after a Markman claim construction hearing in this patent infringement case involving a drug to treat erectile dysfunction. Plaintiff Pfizer Inc. filed suit against defendant Teva Pharmaceuticals USA seeking injunctive and declaratory relief ...

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