Judge to Verizon: Pay ActiveVideo

In the ongoing patent fight between Verizon and ActiveVideo Networks, Judge Raymond A. Jackson, U.S. District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, denied a motion by Verizon seeking to stay the monthly royalty payments imposed by a Nov. 23 court inj...

In the ongoing patent fight between Verizon and ActiveVideo Networks, Judge Raymond A. Jackson, U.S. District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, denied a motion by Verizon seeking to stay the monthly royalty payments imposed by a Nov. 23 court injunction, and directed Verizon to make the first monthly payment on Dec. 16, as indicated by the injunction.

In four separate decisions, Verizon has been found liable for up to $250 million in damages, supplemental damages, interest and royalties for its infringement of ActiveVideo intellectual property.
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