Law360 (April 19, 2011, 4:15 PM EDT) -- Kyocera Corp. and Norman IP Holdings Inc. told a California federal judge on Friday that they have settled a suit the Japanese electronics giant brought challenging the validity of wireless technology patents, following the resolution of similar cases.
Kyocera initially lodged the suit in April 2010 over two Norman patents and filed an amended complaint in May asking for a court declaration that four patents were invalid and not infringed. Norman acquired the patents in suit from Saxon IP Innovations LLC, according to Kyocera. The immediate suit stemmed from prior litigation regarding the patents.
"Kyocera's claims for relief in this case...
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