A US judge has turned down Intel’s request to set apart a jury verdict purchasing the chipmaker to shell out VLSI Technological know-how US$two.eighteen billion (A$two.97 billion) for patent infringement.
US District Choose Alan Albright in Waco, Texas, denied Intel’s movement for a new demo in a sealed purchase issued late Monday.
Jurors on March two experienced awarded VLSI US$one.5 billion and US$675 million for Intel’s respective infringement of two patents that were when owned by Dutch chipmaker NXP Semiconductors.
Intel reported in a statement it was let down with the conclusion and supposed to attractiveness.
It also called for reforms to avert “litigation buyers” from applying very low-quality patents to extract “exorbitant” damages, declaring the practice stifles innovation and hurts the financial state.
In trying to get a new demo, Intel reported the verdict was tainted by erroneous jury recommendations and evidentiary rulings, and appeared to be primarily based on previously Intel settlements that VLSI’s individual damages qualified admitted were not equivalent.
Santa Clara, California-primarily based Intel pointed out that the verdict was the second biggest by a jury in a patent case, and that the three other biggest verdicts experienced been vacated.
A various Waco jury dominated in Intel’s favor on April 21 in a independent patent infringement lawsuit in which VLSI experienced sought US$3.one billion.