Caltech ends its Wi-Fi lawsuit in opposition to Apple and Broadcom

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Caltech has had some ups (profitable $1.1 billion) and a few downs (shedding the $1.1 billion award and being ordered to a trial on damages) since suing Apple and Broadcom in 2016 over Wi-Fi patents. Reuters reported this week that Caltech is dropping its yearslong lawsuit in opposition to Apple and Broadcom, about two months after the businesses got here to a “potential settlement.”

Caltech wrote in a submitting with a US District Courtroom in California that it will drop its claims “with prejudice,” that means it may well’t refile its case, and requested that Broadcom accomplish that as nicely, stating later that Broadcom “doesn’t oppose this request.” Caltech additionally writes that it’ll dismiss its claims in opposition to Apple — once more, “with prejudice.”

The submitting then says that Caltech…

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