Intel Wins Noninfringement Verdict in Second VLSI Trial, Sidestepping $3B Damages Ask

  • April 23, 2021
  • Category: COVID-19, Patent Litigation Feature
    Market Sector: Consumer Electronics and PCs
    Tag: COVID-19

The second West Texas trial between VLSI Technology LLC and Intel has ended in a verdict of noninfringement for the chipmaker, capping off a closely watched proceeding before District Judge Alan D. Albright in which the plaintiff—a Fortress Investment Group LLC subsidiary—had sought damages totaling over $3B. That April 21 verdict comes just under two months after a second jury reached the opposite conclusion for another set of patents in a second case between the same parties, finding infringement and awarding $2B in damages.


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