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Intel Claims Victory In $2B Circuit Patent Jury Trial

Law360, Los Angeles (May 10, 2017, 8:40 PM EDT) -- A Delaware jury freed Intel Corp. from a $2 billion suit alleging the company infringed a circuit patent, finding the company didn’t infringe any of the asserted claims in a verdict issued Wednesday, according to WilmerHale, which represented Intel in the dispute.

After a six-day trial, the jury found no infringement by Intel of any of the eight asserted claims of AVM’s U.S. Patent No. 5,859,547, but also found that Intel hadn’t proven the claims were invalid, WilmerHale told Law360. The filled-out verdict form wasn’t immediately available late Wednesday.

The jury’s findings free Intel from the $2 billion patent infringement suit...

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