InterDigital Wins 1st 4G Patent Trial Against Lenovo In UK

By Tiffany Hu (July 29, 2021, 10:25 PM EDT) -- InterDigital scored a victory in its patent battle with Lenovo when a London judge ruled Thursday in the first of a series of trials that the Chinese tech giant infringed a valid standard-essential patent for 4G wireless technology.

High Court Judge Richard Hacon said that Lenovo was unable to show that InterDigital's patent was invalid for lack of novelty or inventive step based on prior art, including a technical document submitted by Samsung in a 2005 working group meeting during the development of LTE technology, and that the Chinese company infringed the patent deemed essential to LTE. InterDigital's patent covers a...

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