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12 Aug 2008, 5:02 am
The IHT/AP report:Canadian patent-licensing company Wi-Lan Inc. said August 11 that it has reached a deal with Research In Motion to license certain wireless technology patents, resolving a pending patent litigation between the two companies.Did RIM learn from the NTP experience, or is it because Wi-Lan is Canadian? [read post]
15 Jan 2011, 8:11 am by Lawrence B. Ebert
WSJ notes of the Wi-LAN/Intel MOU to settle patent litigation:[ Wi-LAN Chief Executive Jim Skippen] also noted that Intel was the lead defender in Wi-LAN's patent dispute with 17 companies, including Broadcom Corp. [read post]
5 Dec 2006, 6:28 am
They include Cisco Systems Inc., which settled a licensing lawsuit with Wi-LAN last year, he said. [read post]
14 Aug 2018, 3:05 am by Steve Brachmann
On August 1st, a jury verdict entered in the Southern District of California awarded $145.1 million in reasonable royalty damages to Canadian IP licensing firm Wi-LAN in a patent infringement case against Cupertino, CA-based consumer device giant Apple Inc. [read post]
14 Aug 2018, 3:05 am by Steve Brachmann
On August 1st, a jury verdict entered in the Southern District of California awarded $145.1 million in reasonable royalty damages to Canadian IP licensing firm Wi-LAN in a patent infringement case against Cupertino, CA-based consumer device giant Apple Inc. [read post]
25 Oct 2013, 12:56 pm by Vincent LoTempio
A federal jury in a patent-infringement trial, ruled Apple Inc. didn’t infringe Wi-Lan Inc patents. [read post]
16 Jul 2012, 5:52 am by Dennis Crouch
by Dennis Crouch The Wi-LAN decision focuses on a litigation discovery dispute. [read post]
3 Aug 2014, 6:46 am by Mark Summerfield
In the most recent decision relating to the CSIRO Wi-Fi patent, a US Federal Court Judge in the Eastern District of Texas has ordered networking equipment manufacturer Cisco Systems, Inc, to pay the Australian research organisation US$16,243,069 (plus interest) in damages for infringements dating back to 2005. [read post]