Glaser Weil Triumphs in Patent Suit, Awarding Client $5.7M
Glaser Weil’s Intellectual Property Department secured a patent infringement victory of $5.7M for client and Plaintiff Aqua Connect, Inc. The federal jury trial took place in Delaware against Defendant TeamViewer US, LLC and TeamViewer Germany, GMBH.
The firm’s client, Aqua Connect, Inc. holds patents on its remote connection software that connects any type of computer, including Microsoft Windows computers to Apple Inc.’s products, including laptops, desktops, iPhones, and iPads. Aqua Connect, Inc. was cofounded by Renee Cohen, and its CEO is Ronnie Exley.
The jury’s verdict found TeamViewer US, LLC liable for direct infringement, inducing infringement, and contributory infringement of Aqua Connect, Inc.’s two patents in suit.
Glaser Weil’s team was led by Lawrence M. Hadley, partner and chair of the Intellectual Property Department. Steve Underwood, of counsel at Glaser Weil assisted Hadley in trial. Also, part of the team was Co-Counsel Ryan Hatch, of Hatch Law PC.