AVM Technologies's $300 million patent case against Intel Corporation was supposed to go to trial this month, giving Boies Schiller IP chief D. Michael Underhill a chance to square off against Wilmer's Bill Lee. Instead, AVM lost a crucial ruling that derailed the trial, and possibly the chance for big-money damages in the case.
Rulings Cast Doubt on $300 Million Patent Claim Against Intel
The Litigation Daily
February 22, 2013
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