Shook is honored to be inducted into The National Law Journal’s Verdicts Hall of Fame for obtaining the largest-ever patent verdict in Kansas. The NLJ selected Shook’s IP litigation verdict, Sprint Communications Co. v. Time Warner Cable Inc., for the honor.
Shook represented Sprint in a lawsuit alleging that Time Warner Cable infringed a portfolio of Voice-over-IP patents. A federal jury found that Time Warner Cable infringed all 19 asserted claims from five Sprint patents and awarded Sprint nearly $140 million in damages. The jury also found that Time Warner Cable’s infringement was willful.
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Sprint Communications Co. v. Time Warner Cable Inc., D. Kan., 2:11-CV-02686-JWL, 3/3/2017