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Posts from October 2020.

The presentation of evidence in Judge Albright's first patent jury trial has officially concluded and the jury is deliberating. While we await the verdict, here are some highlights and takeaways from the last week at trial.

Final Pretrial Matters:

On the morning trial began, Judge Albright took up some final pretrial matters before bringing in the jury. This included clarification on the effect of certain motions in limine on the content of the parties' opening statements.

Exhibit Admissibility:

The parties agreed to pre-admit certain exhibits. These exhibits could be referred to ...

No infringement. A Waco Texas federal jury has determined that MV3 did not prove that Roku had infringed any asserted claims of the '223 patent.

The technology at issue in this case covered screen mirroring and screen casting. MV3 asked the jury to award it over $6 million for Roku's use of screen mirroring technology and about $35 million for Roku's use of screen casting technology. Despite this, the jury found no infringement.


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