Expert Must Apportion Patent Damages Under Entire Market Value Rule

Business Valuation UpdateVol. 17 No. 10
Legal and Court Case Update
October 2011
7372 Prepackaged Software
511210 Software Publishers
intellectual property
daubert, economic damages & lost profits, entire market value rule (EMVR)

Lucent Technologies, Inc. v. Microsoft Corp. (III)
2011 WL 2728317 (S.D. Calif.)
July 13, 2011
US
Federal Court
California
United States District Court
Raymond Sims (plaintiff)
Huff

Summary

Federal district court precludes expert’s patent infringement damages under Uniloc standard for failing: (1) to establish the patented software as the basis for consumer demand of Microsoft Outlook; or (2) specifically apportioning damages between the paten ...

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Lucent Technologies, Inc. v. Microsoft Corp. (III)

Federal district court precludes expert’s patent infringement damages under Uniloc standard for failing 1) to establish the patented software as the basis for consumer demand of Microsoft Outlook; or, 2) specifically apportioning damages between the paten ...