Law360 published an article on the patent infringement litigation between Apple and PanOptis. The article, noted that “U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap shot down Apple's argument that five PanOptis 4G LTE standard essential patents, which a jury said the iPhone maker owes $506 million for infringing, are unenforceable because they weren't disclosed in a timely fashion to a European standard-setting body.”
PanOptis is represented by McKool Smith principals Sam Baxter, Jennifer Truelove, and associate Chris McNett. Read the entire article here.