photogearch / Shutterstock.com
Technology company Cisco has been handed a second chance to combat a $16 million standard-essential patent (SEP) damages award after the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated an earlier ruling.
The rest of this article is locked for subscribers only. Please login to continue reading.
If you don't have a login, you will need to purchase a subscription to gain access to this article, including all our online content. Please use this link and follow the steps.
For multi-user price options, or to check if your company has an existing subscription to us that we can add you to for FREE, please email Atif Choudhury at email@example.com
Cisco; CSIRO; US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; SEPs; licensing; RAND; US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas; IEEE