VirnetX: hey, court, don’t lessen the $439 million patent fine against Apple

VirnetX: hey, court, don’t lessen the $439 million patent fine against Apple

VirnetX has urged the full Federal Circuit not to consider lessening a $439 million patent infringement verdict against Apple, claiming the tech giant is only asking for review in a bid to delay the case while trying to invalidate the network security patents through another proceeding, reports Law360.

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Patent trollin': Apple says Uniloc’s lawsuit is a bad case and should be dismissed

Patent trollin': Apple says Uniloc’s lawsuit is a bad case and should be dismissed

Apple urged a California federal judge Wednesday to toss Uniloc patent infringement suit and sanction the non-practicing entity, saying Uniloc pursued the claims knowing Apple's devices don’t use Uniloc’s motion device technology and such "bad cases" should be cut off in their infancy, reports Law360.

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Patent trollin’: VirnetX gets a win against Apple in patent dispute

Patent trollin’: VirnetX gets a win against Apple in patent dispute

VirnetX Holding Company, an Internet security software and technology company (and, by most considerations, a “patent troll”), reports that on Sept. 29, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division, entered a final judgement regarding post-trial motions resulting from the prior $302.4 million jury verdict for the company in its ongoing patent infringement battle with Apple.

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