- Bloomberg Law presented “Four Takeaways” from the trial.
- Law360 covered openings last week (free given COVID-related content) and the final verdict this week (subscription-only).
- The Waco Patent Litigation Updates blog published their own set of highlights from the week at trial: MV3 v Roku – Waiting on the Jury…
- And Roku’s own press release regarding the verdict was about as efficient as possible: “We are pleased with today’s non-infringement verdict which vindicates our position that Roku has no liability to MV3 Partners LLC in this case. We appreciate the efforts of the Court and Jury during these challenging times.”
In other news:
- On Tuesday the U.S. Supreme Court granted certioriari in three cases regarding the constitutionality of the manner in which the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s administrative patent judges were appointed. You can see takes on this issue from SCOTUSblog and Patently-O, among many others.
- Paul D. Ackerman, Tonya M. Gray, and Gregory L. Porter of Hunton Andrews Kurth published their own “how we got here” history of the Waco Division’s recent rise to patent prominence: Why Is My Company Being Sued For Patent Infringement In Waco, Texas?
- Not everyone who owns a patent necessarily chooses to enforce. For an example, see Forbes (among many others): Covid-19 Vaccine Frontrunner Moderna Won’t Enforce Vaccine Patents During Pandemic
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