Delaware Jury Rejects Patent Infringement Allegations by Neustar Unit
shot by IP News Shots / 6:50 pm on 20 July, 2021
A jury in Delaware has declined patent infringement claims brought by a Neustar Inc. unit. However, it has ordered Next Caller to pay almost USD3 million for wrongly advertising caller-authentication security capabilities. In this mixed verdict, the jury cleared Next Caller from claims that VeriCall infringed three patents belonging to its competitor TrustID, which was bought by Neustar. However, it found that Next Caller wilfully flouted the Lanham Act’s protections against false advertising while promoting VeriCall.
Industry: Cybersecurity, Others, Software
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