LOS ANGELES, CA – After a 5-day trial in the U.S. District Court, Central District of California, a federal jury found that our client Nikon did not infringe on the ’167 and ’792 patents asserted by ASML and Carl Zeiss. The jury further found that the asserted claims of the ’792, titled “Appliance and method for capturing images having a user error interface” was invalid.
Nikon was represented by Morrison & Foerster LLP. Impact Trial’s team members were Arlene Yap, Brian Lee, Katelyn Fiebke, Alison Von Dollen, Anthony DiLonardo, Brittany Peters, John Christopher, Liz Possee Corthell and the team was led by Thomas S.Y. Lee. Impact provided support in the conceptualization, design, production and presentation of demonstrative evidence for this matter.
We are incredibly proud to serve Nikon and its counsel, Morrison & Foerster LLP.
Carl Zeiss AG et al. v. Nikon Corporation et al., case number 2:17-cv-03221, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.