Google, Facebook Seek Attys' Fees In Mobile Web IP Fight

Law360, Los Angeles (September 19, 2013, 4:06 PM EDT) -- Google Inc., YouTube LLC and Facebook Inc. asked a New York federal court Wednesday to order Wireless Ink Corp. to pay millions of dollars in attorneys' fees, after prevailing over suits alleging infringement of Wireless Ink's patents for mobile website technology.

The defendants argued Wireless Ink knew or should have known before it filed the complaints that it wouldn't be able to produce any evidence of infringement. Rather than investigating the accused products before filing suit, Wireless Ink pursued litigation for years over the allegedly baseless...
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