Vivint hit with $45.4 million verdict for infringing video doorbell patents | Business Information & News | Westlaw

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10/24/23 REUTERS LEGAL 16:27:09
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October 24, 2023
Vivint hit with $45.4 million verdict for infringing video doorbell patents
Blake Brittain
Blake Brittain; Washington
(Reuters) - A jury in an East Texas federal court has awarded video-doorbell company SkyBell Technologies more than $45 million in damages after finding that home-security company Vivint violated its patent rights.
The jury said on Monday that...
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Company: RING INC.; COLE SCHOTZ P.C.; FOLEY & LARDNER LLP; SKYBELL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.; The United States International Trade Commission; VIVINT, INC.
News Subject: (Information Technology Crime (1IN42); Intellectual Property (1IN75); Judicial Cases & Rulings (1JU36); Legal (1LE33); Liability (1LI55); Patents (1PA79))
Industry: (Security (1SE29))
Region: (Americas (1AM92); North America (1NO39); Texas (1TE14); U.S. Southwest Region (1SO89); U.S. West Region (1WE46); USA (1US73); Utah (1UT90))
Language: EN
Other Indexing: (SB IP Holdings LLC; U.S. District Court; Bot Home Automation; Cole Schotz; Foley & Lardner; SkyBell Technologies; U.S. International Trade Commission; Vivint Inc)
Keywords: ip; ip; ip; dataprivacy; litigation
Word Count: 347
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