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Core Wireless Licensing SARL v. LG Electronics, Inc. et al

Area of Law:

Patent Litigation.

Grounds:

Defendant LG moved to strike plaintiff’s expert’s opinion as untimely and based on improper methodology and insufficient data, raising three challenges: (1) the expert selected the wrong hypothetical negotiation date; (2) the expert’s analysis of the Georgia-Pacific reasonable royalty factors was “conclusory;” and (3) the expert’s opinions regarding apportionment and entire market value rule did not comport with Federal Circuit case law.

Plaintiff Core moved to strike LG’s expert’s opinion, challenging Dr. Vander Veen’s reliance on license agreements and patent valuations that it alleged were “not sufficiently comparable to the patents-in-suit.”

Outcome:

Both motions denied.

Analysis:

Click here to read the analysis of the case from our Patent Damages blog.