Federal Circuit Affirms Erise Trial Win at EDTX

On May 5, a Federal Circuit panel affirmed a December 2019 jury verdict in favor of Erise client NetScout Systems, a worldwide leader in cybersecurity technology. The case in question, Implicit LLC v. NetScout Systems Inc., stemmed from allegations that NetScout infringed the plaintiff’s patents that deal with how computers process network data. The plaintiff … Continue reading Federal Circuit Affirms Erise Trial Win at EDTX

Erise Goes Five-for-Five at the PTAB

In a clean sweep for one of its technology clients, Erise went five-for-five at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) in March 2022. Erise’s client was sued for patent infringement on five patents that relate to methods for preserving battery life in mobile devices that utilize GPS to track a user’s location. Erise petitioned … Continue reading Erise Goes Five-for-Five at the PTAB

Erise Trial Victory Upheld by Eastern District of Texas

Erise Trial Victory Upheld by Eastern District of Texas On March 18, U.S. District Court Judge Rodney Gilstrap denied the request of two video game developers for a new trial in a patent infringement dispute against Erise’s client Sony. This ruling affirms the jury verdict from 2021 clearing Sony of any alleged infringement. The video … Continue reading Erise Trial Victory Upheld by Eastern District of Texas

Erise Team Earns Successful Summary Judgments

Erise shareholders Eric A. Buresh and Mark C. Lang, along with counsel Jason R. Mudd and associates Chris R. Schmidt and Clifford T. Brazen, secured multiple successful rulings on motions for summary judgment in favor of client, Gogo LLC, a telecommunications and entertainment company that provides in-flight connectivity systems and services. The case, Linksmart Wireless … Continue reading Erise Team Earns Successful Summary Judgments

Erise Secures an IPR Win for Client Sony at PTAB

Erise shareholder Eric A. Buresh, along with counsel Jason R. Mudd and senior technical advisor Kathleen D. Fitterling, recently successfully represented the petitioner, tech giant Sony Interactive Entertainment, in a recent inter partes review (IPR) proceeding.  The underlying case was first filed by Bot M8 in 2019, alleging that Sony’s PlayStation 4 console and games … Continue reading Erise Secures an IPR Win for Client Sony at PTAB

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