Microsoft To Pay $4.6M To End Mirror Worlds' Patent Suit

Law360, New York (November 9, 2015, 5:44 PM EST) -- Microsoft has agreed to pay more than $4.6 million to Mirror Worlds to end a lawsuit in Texas federal court alleging it infringed a patent for organizing computer documents in chronological order, Mirror Worlds said Monday.

The announcement comes three days after Mirror Worlds Technologies LLC and Microsoft Corp. in a joint filing asked U.S. District Judge Robert W. Schroeder III to dismiss all claims Mirror Worlds had levied against the computer company in its 2013 lawsuit.

Under the deal, Microsoft will pay $4.65 million and entered into a nonexclusive license agreement for the disputed patent, which expires in 2016. Mirror...

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