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Samsung Springs Toshiba Out Of LCD Screen IP Suit

October 25, 2017, Law360

Law360 highlights Covington’s role in a decisive patent litigation victory on the eve of trial. Covington client Samsung Display Company intervened in a lawsuit that accused its customer Toshiba of patent infringement. Following successful inter partes review petitions that eliminated several asserted patents, Covington prevailed on motions for summary judgment of non-infringement on two remaining patents directed to thin film transistor technologies. As the article explains, “Judge Andrews’ decision to grant Samsung’s challenges against the ‘190 and ‘589 patents terminated [the Toshiba] case” on October 24, 2017—the same week that trial was set to begin.

The Covington team included Bob Haslam, Jeff Lerner, David Garr, Scott SchraderChang Sik Kim, Jared Frisch, Derek Andros, and Chris Higby.

 

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