Patent infringement matter for telecommunications infrastructure company

Patent infringement matter for telecommunications infrastructure company

Stout was retained as a consulting expert on behalf of a telecommunications infrastructure company that intervened on behalf of a number of wireless carrier customers that were alleged to infringe a portfolio of standard essential patents relating to wireless handset and infrastructure technology.  We assessed the applicability of royalties reflected in existing license agreements the plaintiff had entered into with handset OEMs and infrastructure manufacturers by unpacking licenses to convert to an implied running royalty. Additionally, as a reasonableness test, we compared the Plaintiff’s alleged “FRAND” offers to royalties reflected in existing license agreements the intervenor had entered into with handset OEMs and infrastructure manufacturers by unpacking their licenses to convert to an implied running royalty. It was understood that the intervenor had a stronger SEP portfolio in this space compared to Plaintiff.

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