Intellectual Property Law

New Matter SPRING 2024, VOLUME 49, EDITION 1


Connor Houghton
Reichman Jorgensen Lehman & Feldberg LLP

Savannah Carnes
Reichman Jorgensen Lehman & Feldberg LLP

This column discusses the Federal Circuit’s recent opinion in VLSI Technology LLC v. Intel Corporation.1 In this precedential opinion, the Federal Circuit considered an appeal from VLSI’s $2.175 billion patent infringement verdict against Intel in the Western District of Texas, which was one of the largest patent infringement verdicts in United States history. The court affirmed the infringement verdict on one of two patents-in-suit, but vacated the damages award and ordered a new trial; reversed the judgment of infringement for the second patent; and reversed the district court’s denial of Intel’s motion to add a new license defense to the case prior to trial. The court remanded for further proceedings.


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