Dali Wireless Turns to East Texas as Delaware Judge Clamps Down on Excessive Motion Practice in an Earlier Case

  • January 14, 2022
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sector: Networking

Last week, Dali Wireless Inc. opened up another front in its patent litigation battle with CommScope, Dali filing yet another case, this one in the Eastern District of Texas that also names AT&T and Ericsson as defendants (2:22-cv-00012). Litigation between CommScope and Dali Wireless dates back to February 2016. That case led to a June 2019 Northern District of Texas jury verdict awarding damages for competing infringement findings. A Federal Circuit appeal was taken, resulting in a reversal as to only one of two infringed Dali Wireless patents, while yet another case between the two, filed by Dali against CommScope in the District of Delaware in early 2019, preps for trial, now set for spring 2022—there, District Judge Maryellen Noreika has just adopted a fellow judge’s procedure “to combat excessive summary judgment motion practice in patent cases”.

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