Ericsson Inc. et al v. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. et al

  1. March 12, 2021

    Samsung Lobs Counterclaims At Ericsson In EDTX Patent Suit

    Samsung has fired back in a suit from Ericsson accusing it of infringing eight 4G and 5G standards-essential patents, alleging in counterclaims that Ericsson is also infringing eight of Samsung's own wireless patents.

  2. March 03, 2021

    Samsung Says Gilstrap Can't Hear Ericsson FRAND Dispute

    Samsung is asking Eastern District of Texas Judge Rodney Gilstrap to toss Ericsson's allegations that the South Korean electronics giant failed to fairly license its patents essential to 4G and 5G wireless standards, saying the judge can't hear allegations involving foreign patents.

  3. January 11, 2021

    Gilstrap Won't Let Samsung Enforce China FRAND Injunction

    U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap on Monday barred Samsung from enforcing a Chinese injunction that would have required a dispute with Ericsson over patents essential to the 4G and 5G wireless standards to be heard exclusively in Wuhan.

  4. January 05, 2021

    Ex-Fed. Circ. Chiefs Spar Over Ericsson, Samsung Patent Row

    Former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Paul Michel on Tuesday backed Ericsson's request to have a Texas court bar Samsung from enforcing a Chinese court order requiring the companies' standard-essential patent dispute to be heard in Wuhan, putting him at odds with his Federal Circuit successor Randall Rader.

  5. January 04, 2021

    Rader Tells Gilstrap China Can Handle Essential IP Fight

    Former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Randall R. Rader has defended the strength of China's patent courts and their ability to handle licensing disputes over standard-essential patents, urging a Texas federal judge to let Chinese litigation between Ericsson and Samsung proceed.

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