Fed. Circ. Mulls Fate Of Wi-Fi Co.'s $8M Infringement Verdict

Law360 (November 6, 2020, 9:13 PM EST) -- The Federal Circuit on Friday examined the fate of an $8.2 million patent infringement verdict against a Wi-Fi hotspot company, peppering attorneys with questions about a jury finding that uCloudlink willfully infringed a mobile phone roaming technology, including whether the appeals court should make the verdict less severe or simply remand it to the district court.

Hong Kong uCloudlink Network Technology Ltd. and its American subsidiary are seeking to vacate the verdict a New York federal judge affirmed last year. The company told a three-judge panel during oral argument that no evidence in the record substantiated SIMO Holdings Inc.'s allegation that it knew about...

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