LG Must Fork Over $2.3M For Infringing Phone IP, Jury Says
Law360, Los Angeles (September 16, 2016, 10:14 PM EDT) -- A Texas federal jury found Friday that LG willfully infringed two smartphone patents owned by Core Wireless and awarded the patent holding company approximately $2.3 million in damages.
Following a four-day trial and about three hours of deliberations, the jury ruled that two Core Wireless Licensing SARL patents covering technology that improves the battery life and voice quality in smartphones were willfully infringed by LG Electronics Inc. and held that the Korean electronics giant didn’t prove any of the asserted claims of the patents to be invalid. The award of $2.28 million for past damages was based on a royalty of...
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