German Court Issues Infringement Rulings in Worldwide Clash Between Xperi and Broadcom

  • March 25, 2017
  • Consumer Electronics and PCs, Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking, Patent Litigation Feature, Semiconductors

Invensas Corporation, a subsidiary of publicly traded Xperi Corporation, announced on March 20 that a German court has issued infringement rulings in two of the NPE’s cases against Broadcom (7 O 97/16, 7 O 98/16). On March 17, the District Court of Mannheim reportedly held that Broadcom and German distributors Arrow Central Europe, EBV Elektronik, and Mouser Electronics infringe the German designation of European patent EP 1 186 034 B1 through the provision of products incorporating certain Broadcom chips. The two judgments purportedly included injunctive relief.


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