Uniloc v. Microsoft (2009, USA)
Uniloc has since been suing other companies.
 Related pages on en.swpat.org
- Microsoft ordered to pay Uniloc $388 million, 8 Apr 2009, CNN
- Microsoft Owes Up to $600 Million Over Patent Use, Uniloc Says, 23 Mar 2009, Bloomberg
- Slashdot discussion of it being overturned, 30 Sep 2009, Slashdot
- The judge's decision to overturn, 29 Sep 2009, seattlepi
- Uniloc v. Microsoft: The CAFC Rejects the 25 Percent Rule, 4 Jan 2011, Patently-O
- "Uniloc Keeps Filing Software Suits, and NPE Patents Fare Poorly at Trial". http://www.law.com/jsp/cc/PubArticleCC.jsp?id=1202472539503. "In a pair of lawsuits filed within days of the Federal Circuit argument, Uniloc accused a total of 27 software companies of infringing the '216 patent. The new suits are in addition to four other complaints that Uniloc has filed since last November, bringing to 73 the total number of companies sued over the '216 patent. More than 25 of those suits have settled, according to the company."
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