ParkerVision Files Fresh Suits as Appeal in Qualcomm Case Proceeds

  • November 13, 2022
  • Category: New Patent Litigation, TPLF
    Market Sectors: Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking, Semiconductors
    Tag: TPLF

So far this month, ­­ParkerVision, Inc. has filed three new cases, one against each of MediaTek (6:22-cv-01163), Realtek Semiconductor (6:22-cv-01162), and TCL (6:22-cv-01158), all in the Western District of Texas. The suits fall within ParkerVision’s sole litigation campaign, running since 2011 over the same large family of patents generally related to electromagnetic signal conversion, most of the rest of which campaign has been awaiting the outcome of what has been the central case for years: litigation against Qualcomm before Middle District of Florida Judge Paul G. Byron. This past March, Judge Byron entered final judgment in favor of Qualcomm in a ruling that ParkerVision has since appealed. The publicly traded NPE suggests in its appellate brief that the court ruled in Qualcomm’s favor before trial was set to begin because, as ParkerVision quotes, “We all know the jury isn’t going to follow 99 percent of what you are talking about in this trial. Right? We all know that”.

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