Motorola Didn't Infringe Wireless Headset Patent, Jury Says

Law360, Los Angeles (May 17, 2013, 6:48 PM EDT) -- A Texas federal jury said Thursday that Motorola Mobility Inc. did not infringe Effingo Wireless Inc.'s patents for wireless headset assemblies and also determined that Effingo's patent claims were invalid.

Texas-based Effingo accused Motorola of copying its wireless earpiece assembly, which is configured to physically contact a user exclusively at an ear support behind the ear, in an effort to increase comfort.

But after deliberating for less than a day, the jury disagreed with Effingo's allegations and sided with Motorola, which had argued that its headsets...
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