Bradley attorney Mark Strachan was quoted in The Texas Lawbook on the outcome of a recent antenna IP dispute where a Dallas federal jury found that two tech companies had infringed on each other’s patents. North Carolina-based CommScope was ordered to pay $9 million for infringing on two patents owned by Dali Wireless, a California-based company that makes wireless systems designed to improve cellular communications inside buildings. The same jury also ruled Dali infringed five of Commscope’s older patents related to digital distributed antenna system and ordered Dali to pay $1.98 million.
“We are very pleased that the jury recognized and protected the value of Dali Wireless’ intellectual property,” said Strachan. “If this were a football game, then Dali Wireless scored a touchdown and a field goal, and CommScope had only a field goal. As time ran out, Dali Wireless walked away with the trophy.”
The article, “Jury Finds Both Sides Liable in Antenna IP Dispute,” first appeared in The Texas Lawbook on June 27, 2019.