Delaware Jury Returns Noninfringement Verdict for Microsoft in Webpage Creation Campaign

  • May 19, 2017
  • Category: Patent Litigation Feature
    Market Sectors: Consumer Electronics and PCs, E-Commerce and Software, Media Content and Distribution, Networking

A Delaware jury has returned a noninfringement verdict for Microsoft (1:13-cv-02073) in a long-running campaign waged by Parallel Networks Licensing LLC and related entities. On March 11, the jury found that Microsoft had not infringed two patents (5,894,554; 6,415,335) generally related to dynamic webpage creation through various server and web hosting products. That finding comes less than a month after a victory in this campaign for IBM (1:13-cv-02072), which on April 27 was dismissed after winning summary judgment of no direct or indirect infringement of the same two patents.

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