Judge turns Apple-WiLAN patent infringement suit into “Deal or No Deal”

Back in August of last year, Apple lost a patent infringement case to IP licensing firm WiLAN. The United States District Court for the Southern District of California found Apple liable for infringing on a pair of patents owned by WiLAN, “Method and Apparatus for Bandwidth Request/Grant Protocols in a Wireless Communication System” and “Adaptive Call Admission Control for Use in a Wireless Communication System”.
The court ruled that Apple was on the hook for $145.1 million since it determined that the company illegally used the patents in question since 2014’s iPhone …

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