AT&T Stay Bid Unopposed In Sidley Blown-Deadline Case

Law360, Washington (June 29, 2015, 5:04 PM EDT) -- The winner of a $40 million patent infringement verdict against AT&T Inc. told the Federal Circuit on Friday that it doesn't oppose AT&T's request to stay the mandate as it petitions the Supreme Court, but it did take exception to the company's reasoning for the request.

AT&T asked the Federal Circuit for the stay after the court denied AT&T's bid for en banc review of its decision that it cannot appeal the verdict because its Sidley Austin LLP attorneys missed the deadline. AT&T had argued that Two-Way Media LLC will seek to execute on the judgment, which would necessitate a remedial...

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