Acacia subsidiary enters settlement agreement with Samsung

Wednesday 16 April 2014 | 15:20 CET | News
Acacia Research has announced that its Saint Lawrence Communications subsidiary has entered into a settlement and patent license agreement with Samsung Electronics. The agreement resolves litigation that was pending in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. 

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Companies: Acacia / Samsung
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