Oculus, Execs Look To Undo $500M VR Copyright Verdict

Law360, Houston (April 10, 2017, 7:36 PM EDT) -- Facebook Inc. subsidiary Oculus VR LLC in court filings Friday sought to upend findings that it infringed the copyrights of video game developer ZeniMax Media LLC with its virtual reality technology, after a jury in February found Oculus and its executives must pay $500 million in damages.

Oculus, joined by its former CEO Brendan Iribe, chief technology officer John Carmack and founder Palmer Luckey — who were found liable for different claims following a three-week trial — argued the evidence was insufficient to support some of the findings, and that the court should either grant judgment in its favor, or alternatively,...

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