Intellectual Property Litigation
Daniel L. Schmid Named Texas Rising Star for Fifth Consecutive Year03/23/2021
DiNovo Price LLP seventh-year associate Daniel Schmid has been named a 2021 Texas Rising Star for the fifth year in a row. To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be 40 years old or younger or in practice 10 years or less. The selection process is based upon nominations from fellow attorneys and peers who were previously honored as Rising Stars and an extensive review process by Super Lawyers.
DiNovo Price LLP Included Again in 2021 “Best Law Firms” Rankings; Andrew DiNovo Also Named a Top Lawyer in America for 8th Consecutive Year11/05/2020
DiNovo Price LLP has again been included in the 2021 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.” Further, partner Andrew DiNovo has been selected for the 8th consecutive year to The Best Lawyers in America.
“Fed. Circ. Revives Amazon Networking Suit in Texas,” Law36007/08/2020 | Law360
A Federal Circuit panel on Wednesday partly rebooted a patent infringement suit against Amazon.com Inc. and Blizzard Entertainment Inc., ruling that a Texas federal judge wrongly deemed certain claims indefinite when their scope and meaning are “reasonably ascertainable by a skilled artisan.”
DiNovo Price LLP Included Again in 2020 “Best Law Firms” Rankings; Andrew DiNovo Also Named “Lawyer of the Year”11/01/2019
DiNovo Price LLP has again been included in the 2020 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.”
“Samsung Loses Bid To Sink $5.9M Data-Transfer IP Verdict,” Law36009/03/2019 | Law360
Samsung can't throw out a jury's $5.9 million infringement verdict over claims its tablets and smartphones infringe a German company's patent on data transfers, a Texas federal judge ruled, saying there's substantial evidence to support the jury's finding and that courts should be "especially deferential" to a jury's verdict.
"Samsung Infringed Licensing Co.’s Patent, Owes $5.9M," Law36011/07/2018
An Eastern District of Texas jury has slapped Samsung with a $5.9 million verdict, finding it infringed two claims of German intellectual property licensing company Papst’s patent covering data transfers that occur in smartphones and tablets.
"ZTE Settles in Multi-Defendant Cellphone Patent Suit," Law36001/03/2018
Chinese telecom company ZTE Corp. is settling in a consolidated IP suit from a licensing company that also accuses Apple, Motorola and other mobile heavyweights of infringing on data transfer patents, according to dismissal papers filed in Texas federal court on Wednesday.
"Huawei Reaches Deal to Settle E-Watch Phone Patent Suit," Law36001/27/2017 | Law360
A Texas federal judge signed off Friday on a confidential settlement that resolves allegations China-based telecom giant Huawei infringed e-Watch Inc. patents covering cellphone camera technology.
"Apple Latest to Settle E-Watch's Camera Phone Patent Row," Law36001/20/2017 | Law360
Apple Inc. has become the latest technology giant to reach a settlement ending e-Watch Inc.’s claims that the company is infringing two patents related to cellphone camera technology, according to a document filed in Texas federal court on Friday.
"Mercedes Settles Wireless Communications Patent Suit," Law36005/15/2014 | Law360
Mercedes-Benz USA LLC has agreed to settle a patent infringement action brought by Norman IP Holdings LLC over five wireless communications patents directed to the internal operations of microprocessors or chipsets, according to documents filed Wednesday in Texas federal court.