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Lucent Technologies, Inc. et al v. Gateway, Inc. et al

  1. January 19, 2012

    Microsoft, Lucent End Fight Over $41M Patent Verdict

    Microsoft Corp. and Lucent Technologies Inc. have ended their fight over a $41 million damages verdict against Microsoft in a suit over its alleged infringement of software interface patents in programs like Microsoft Outlook, an attorney for Lucent said Thursday.

  2. November 14, 2011

    Lucent's Damages Cut By $30M In Microsoft IP Row

    A California federal judge on Thursday reduced to $41 million Lucent Technologies Inc.’s software patent infringement damages against Microsoft Corp., saying the company had erred in calculating its previous award of $70 million.

  3. August 29, 2011

    Microsoft Wants Lucent Patent Verdict Trimmed To $5M

    Microsoft Corp. argued Friday that Lucent Technologies Inc. used faulty calculation methods in determining that it was entitled to $70 million in damages for infringement of a software patent, and that the damages verdict in the long-running fight should be cut to $5 million.

  4. July 29, 2011

    Lucent Verdict In Microsoft Patent Fight Cut To $70M

    A California federal jury on Friday said that Microsoft Corp. should pay Lucent Technologies Inc. $70 million for infringing a patent covering on-screen computer tools, overriding an earlier jury's $358 million verdict.

  5. May 23, 2011

    Lucent Loses Sanctions Bid In Microsoft Patent Suit

    A federal judge in California on Monday rejected Lucent Technologies Inc.'s bid for sanctions against Microsoft Corp. in a long-running patent infringement dispute over on-screen computer tools.

  6. June 23, 2008

    Judge Orders Microsoft To Pay $511.6M In Alcatel Suit

    In a setback for Microsoft Corp. in its long-running dispute with Alcatel-Lucent, a federal judge has upheld a jury’s finding that the software giant infringed two of Alcatel’s patents and ordered it to pay $511.6 million in damages and interest.