Sidley Says Stay $40M AT&T Verdict For High Court Appeal

By Kelly Knaub (June 17, 2015, 7:23 PM EDT) -- After the Federal Circuit denied AT&T Inc.'s bid for full review of a decision that it cannot appeal a $40 million patent infringement verdict because its Sidley Austin LLP attorneys missed the deadline, AT&T urged it Wednesday to stay the mandate as it petitions the Supreme Court.

AT&T and Sidley argued that if the mandate issues, as normally happens after en banc review is denied, plaintiff Two-Way Media will seek to execute on the judgment, which would necessitate a remedial order of the high court if it agrees to hear the case.

They argued that Two-Way Media is likely to distribute...

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