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WiLan licensing trial against Ericsson cancelled

Monday 25 May 2015 | 10:17 CET | News
Licensing company WiLan has announced that a Florida federal judge has cancelled an LTE patent infringement trial against Ericsson that was due to commence on 26 May, a decision it may subsequently appeal. WiLan said the judge issued a ruling that grants Ericsson's motion for summary judgment on the three patents at issue on the grounds that that two of the patents were not infringed by Ericsson and the third patent was invalid. The licensing company added that it's currently reviewing the decision with its trial counsel, which believes there are grounds to appeal the judgment to a federal

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Alcatel-Lucent USA/FR / Wi-Lan
Countries: World
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