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$13M Patent Bill Rests On Inflammatory Statements: Huawei

Law360 (April 19, 2019, 8:58 PM EDT) -- The Chinese phone and tablet maker Huawei asked a Texas federal court on Thursday to erase a $13.2 million patent infringement award, saying trial winner PanOptis distorted a jury's views by declaring that Huawei "doesn't pay royalties to anybody."

A jury awarded patent licensing company PanOptis more than $10.5 million in August after finding that Huawei infringed four patents held by PanOptis on wireless technology and one on video-coding technology. A judge added another $2.6 million as a rebuke for willful infringement. The patents were once owned by Ericsson and Panasonic.

Huawei said Thursday that none of this was fair....

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February 10, 2017

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