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Core Wireless Obtains Willful Infringement Verdict Against LG

On September 16, 2016, a jury in the Eastern District of Texas found that LG has willfully infringed two telecommunications patents owned by Noroozi PC’s client, Core Wireless S.a.r.l., a division of Conversant Intellectual Property Management. The jury awarded a running royalty of 6 cents per unit.
The patents are directed to improving battery life and voice quality in mobile phones, and are part of a portfolio of more than 1,200 patents and applications formerly owned by Nokia.
Noroozi PC, along with co-counsel from Russ, August, and Kabat, entered the case on June 19, 2016, and significantly shifted the litigation landscape despite a mostly closed record.
Core Wireless will seek enhancement and ongoing royalties.
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