Optis Wireless Technology, LLC et al v. Huawei Device (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd

  1. February 28, 2020

    $13M Huawei Patent Case Halted After Settlement News

    Huawei's lawsuit with Optis Wireless Technology LLC over five technology patents was halted by a federal court Thursday following news of an impending post-trial settlement that would replace the $13.2 million judgment plus attorney fees that Huawei currently faces.

  2. November 15, 2019

    Huawei Owes Fees For 'Rank Gamesmanship' In Patent Loss

    Chinese tech giant Huawei must pay attorney fees for its $13 million patent infringement loss after U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap on Friday upbraided the company for "rank gamesmanship," finding the smartphone maker needlessly litigated a host of issues only to withdraw them at the eleventh hour.

  3. April 19, 2019

    $13M Patent Bill Rests On Inflammatory Statements: Huawei

    The Chinese phone and tablet maker Huawei asked a Texas federal court on Thursday to erase a $13.2 million patent infringement award, saying trial winner PanOptis distorted a jury's views by declaring that Huawei "doesn't pay royalties to anybody."

  4. April 04, 2019

    Huawei's Patent 'Gamesmanship' Warrants Fees, Judge Told

    After winning more than $13 million in a patent suit against Huawei, patent licensing company PanOptis has asked Eastern District of Texas Judge Rodney Gilstrap to award it more in attorney fees, saying Huawei engaged in "naked gamesmanship" throughout the case.

  5. March 19, 2019

    Gilstrap Adds $2.6M To Huawei's $10.6M Patent Verdict

    Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. is now on the hook for more than $13 million for willfully infringing five wireless and video patents after U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap tacked $2.6 million in enhanced damages on top of a jury's $10.6 million verdict.

  6. August 27, 2018

    Texas Jury Hits Huawei With $10.6M Patent Verdict

    An Eastern District of Texas jury decided Monday that Huawei willfully infringed five wireless and video patents once assigned to Ericsson and Panasonic, finding the Chinese smartphone maker liable for $10.6 million in damages.

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