Texas Jury Issues $2.3M Infringement Verdict Against LG Electronics in Core Wireless Suit

  • September 22, 2016
  • Category: Patent Litigation Feature
    Market Sectors: Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking

A Texas jury has found that LG Electronics (LGE) willfully infringed two wireless communication patents (6,633,536; 7,804,850) through its Android smartphones (2:14-cv-00912). In a verdict handed down on September 16, the jury awarded plaintiff Core Wireless Licensing S.a.r.l. $2.3M in damages. This decision follows a recent victory for LGE in the same litigation campaign; last month, District Judge Rodney Gilstrap granted a new trial on damages in the second of two lawsuits brought by Core Wireless against the company. For more information on that order, see “LG Electronics Wins New Damages Trial in $3.5M Core Wireless Case” (August 2016).

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