Jury awards WiLAN $145m for Apple’s patent infringement
WiLAN got “every penny we asked for,” WiLAN counsel Mike McKool tells Managing IP, “because we were reasonable.” By estimating damages too low, Apple may have poisoned its case
A Southern District of California jury
awarded Canadian IP licensing company WiLAN $145.1 million
in damages for Apple’s infringement of two of its
patents relating to voice-over LTE wireless communication
technology on August 1.
WiLAN proposed the $145.1...
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