Two-Way Media LLC v. AT&T, Inc.

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Case overview

Case Number:

14-1302

Court:

Appellate - Federal Circuit

Nature of Suit:

830 Patent Infringement (Fed. Question)

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  1. June 29, 2015

    AT&T Stay Bid Unopposed In Sidley Blown-Deadline Case

    The winner of a $40 million patent infringement verdict against AT&T Inc. told the Federal Circuit on Friday that it doesn't oppose AT&T's request to stay the mandate as it petitions the Supreme Court, but it did take exception to the company's reasoning for the request.

  2. June 17, 2015

    Sidley Says Stay $40M AT&T Verdict For High Court Appeal

    After the Federal Circuit denied AT&T Inc.'s bid for full review of a decision that it cannot appeal a $40 million patent infringement verdict because its Sidley Austin LLP attorneys missed the deadline, AT&T urged it Wednesday to stay the mandate as it petitions the Supreme Court.

  3. June 16, 2015

    Full Fed. Circ. Won't Review Sidley Blown-Deadline Ruling

    The Federal Circuit said on Monday it will not rehear AT&T Inc.'s request to be allowed to appeal a $40 million patent infringement verdict after the company's attorneys at Sidley Austin LLP missed the deadline for filing the appeal.

  4. May 11, 2015

    AT&T Stuck With Sidley Blown Deadline Ruling, Fed. Circ. Told

    Two-Way Media LLC urged the Federal Circuit to deny AT&T Inc. an en banc review of the court's refusal to let AT&T appeal a $40 million patent infringement verdict after its Sidley Austin LLP attorneys missed the appeal deadline, saying Friday that AT&T didn't establish legal error.

  5. April 20, 2015

    AT&T Asks Full Fed. Circ. To Eye Sidley Blown Deadline Case

    AT&T Inc. asked the full Federal Circuit Friday to review a decision that it cannot appeal a $40 million patent infringement verdict against it because its attorneys from Sidley Austin LLP missed the appeal deadline, saying the panel wrongly held that the firm was notified when the clock started running.

  6. March 19, 2015

    Sidley's Blown Deadline In $40M Case Provides Stark Lesson

    The Federal Circuit's decision Thursday that AT&T Inc. cannot appeal a $40 million patent infringement verdict against it because its attorneys from Sidley Austin LLP missed the appeal deadline is a reminder that failing to closely monitor court dockets can lead to devastating mistakes, attorneys say.

  7. March 19, 2015

    Fed. Circ. Says Sidley Blown Deadline Axes $40M AT&T Appeal

    The Federal Circuit ruled Thursday that AT&T Inc. cannot appeal a $40 million patent infringement verdict against it because its attorneys from Sidley Austin LLP missed the appeal deadline, rejecting the firm's argument that the lower court did not properly notify it when the clock started running.

  8. December 03, 2014

    Fed. Circ. Slams Sidley For Blown Deadline In $40M AT&T Case

    Three Federal Circuit judges on Wednesday hammered a Sidley Austin LLP attorney for missing a deadline to appeal a $40 million patent verdict against AT&T Inc. after his team overlooked a notice from the lower court, saying attorneys have an obligation to read every order they receive from judges.

  9. July 21, 2014

    Sidley's Blown Deadline Dooms AT&T Appeal, Fed. Circ. Told

    AT&T Inc. should be barred from appealing a $40 million patent verdict against it because its attorneys from Sidley Austin LLP missed the appellate deadline, plaintiff Two-Way Media LLC has told the Federal Circuit, disputing AT&T's claim that it was misled by the lower court.

  10. June 10, 2014

    Sidley's Blown Deadline Shouldn't Doom IP Appeal, AT&T Says

    AT&T Inc. recently urged the Federal Circuit to allow it to appeal a $40 million patent verdict even though its attorneys from Sidley Austin LLP missed the appellate deadline, arguing that the firm relied on misleading notices sent by the district court.

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