Latest Round of ParkerVision Complaints Focuses on Chipmakers

  • May 21, 2023
  • Category: New Patent Litigation, TPLF
    Market Sector: Semiconductors
    Tag: TPLF

ParkerVision, Inc. has whipped off yet another round of cases in its long-running electromagnetic signal conversion litigation, suing NXP Semiconductors (6:23-cv-00389) and Texas Instruments (6:23-cv-00384) for the first time and MediaTek (6:23-cv-00375) and Realtek Semiconductor (6:23-cv-00374), each for the second time, all of the new complaints filed in the Western District of Texas. Multiple prior defendants continue to await the outcome of ParkerVision’s appeal of a Middle District of Florida ruling in Qualcomm’s favor, but activity in West Texas has proceeded. In a prior case, Realtek has taken a fight over alternative service to the Federal Circuit, while earlier this year, ParkerVision and Intel settled a set of West Texas suits to a $25M tune—an amount that, per the funded plaintiff’s SEC filings, is “expected to be used entirely for the payment of contingent legal fees and expenses and the repayment of principal on [its] secured contingent debt obligation”.

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