Following the announcement of GLS Capital’s financial partnership with Nanoco Technologies in their litigation against Samsung, multiple news outlets have continued to report the news of the ‘transformative’ $150 million settlement. The articles in Bloomberg Law, Reuters, Law360, and additional outlets, highlight the great result for Nanoco, but also the impact of litigation finance in helping level the judicial playing field to allow Nanoco to pursue their claims on equal footing against a significantly larger opponent.
The following outlets covered the news of the announcement:
Law360 reporter Andrew Karpan covers the settlement announcement and the impact of litigation funding on the case. The article includes details of the terms of the settlement, interviews with Nanoco CEO Brian Tennor and GLS Managing Director Adam Gill, and how this case can be used as a roadmap for other companies operating in this space to validate their IP against infringers with much larger budgets.
Bloomberg Law reporter Kelcee Griffis wrote a recap of the settlement announcement, quoting GLS’ Adam Gill and delving a bit into the details around the technology protected in the patents.
Reuters’ Blake Brittain covered the settlement announcement and spoke with GLS’ Adam Gill about the funding behind the case, as well as other patent litigation cases currently under GLS’ patent portfolio.
Coverage of the case and settlement includes a look at Nanoco’s patent portfolio and a dive into their history of working with Samsung.
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Coverage of the case and settlement included in the weekly ‘Barks and Bites’ news roundup.