NPE’s First Suit Against ASUSTek Ends in Favorable Jury Verdict, While Its Second Is Just Getting Started

May 30, 2021

An Eastern District of Texas jury has returned an $825K verdict in favor of Lone Star Technological Innovations, LLC and against ASUSTek. Eight claims of a single patent—generally related to changing the hue and/or saturation of an individual color in an output digital video image—were found infringed and not proven invalid. No doubt the parties will now turn to posttrial briefs over issues raised in the trial, but their interaction will not be confined to this case; in April, the same plaintiff sued ASUSTek (6:21-cv-00336) over two other patents in its portfolio, picked up in September 2013 from Oplus Technologies Ltd., an Israeli fabless semiconductor design company that developed video processors for the digital display market.

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