Texas Jury Issues Infringement Verdict in PanOptis Case Against Huawei

  • August 31, 2018
  • Category: Patent Litigation Feature
    Market Sector: Mobile Communications and Devices

A Texas jury has issued a verdict of infringement for related NPEs Optis Cellular Technology LLC; Optis Wireless Technology, LLC; and PanOptis Patent Management, LLC (collectively, PanOptis) against Huawei, finding that various LTE-compatible mobile phones and tablets sold by the company infringe five patents related to the LTE standard (2:17-cv-00123). The verdict included a damages award of $10.6M and a finding of willfulness, with the jury also finding that none of the patents had been shown to be invalid.

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