Finjan Faces $8.7M Fee Bid For 'BS' Juniper Patent War

Law360 (December 2, 2020, 11:02 PM EST) -- Finjan and its lawyers at Kramer Levin could face blowback for their litigation style to the tune of $8.65 million in attorney fees if Judge William Alsup, who said the case evoked "all the BS that goes on" in patent lawsuits, ultimately accepts Juniper Network's claims that the three-year patent war was based on an exceptionally weak case.

On Monday, Juniper Networks asked U.S. District Judge Alsup to grant it legal fees totaling $8.65 million for its expenses litigating against the nine patent claims that Finjan Inc. had lodged against Juniper in 2017. In a one-page ruling on Wednesday and without...

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