VLSI Secures $2.3B Patent Judgment Against Intel
Irell & Manella LLP persuaded a judge to issue a $2.3 billion final judgment for VLSI Technology LLC in a suit against Intel Corporation involving two patents on technology used in Intel’s microprocessors. The amount includes more than $162 million in prejudgment interest. The judgment comes a little over a year after Irell persuaded a Waco, Texas jury to award VLSI $2.18 billion in the case.
The Irell trial team included Morgan Chu, Ben Hattenbach, Alan Heinrich, Amy Proctor, Ian Washburn, Babak Redjaian, Dominik Slusarczyk, Charlotte Wen, Jordan Nafekh and science advisor Thomas Barr. Mann Tindel Thompson was local counsel for VLSI.