Dutch Telecom KPN Wins $31.5M Jury Prize for Patent Lawsuit

By Adam Lidgett (August 26, 2022, 7:43 p.m. EDT) — A federal jury in Texas has awarded Dutch telecommunications company KPN more than $31.5 million after finding Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson infringed at least a claim in the three patents relating to telecommunications networks.

According to a verdict form dated Friday, a jury said Koninklijke KPN NV was able to prove that it owed damages in the amount of $31,518,974 after the jury found that KPN proved that Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson and Ericsson Inc. were accused of patent infringement.

The jury also said that KPN was able to show that the violation of at least one of the claims asserted by…

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