Google Accused Of Destroying Competition In Trial Closings – Law360


By Katie Buehler (November 15, 2021, 9:16 PM EST) — VideoShare LLC implored a Texas federal jury on Monday to find that Google LLC and YouTube LLC infringed its video sharing patent, calling Google’s case for invalidating the patent weak and a smokescreen aimed at confusing the jurors.

During closing arguments in front of U.S. District Judge Alan D. Albright in Waco, Texas, VideoShare said that during the weeklong trial, Google nitpicked and highlighted portions of the patent’s claims that are conventional in an attempt to convince the jurors that the entire patent referred to unpatentable, conventional acts.

Michael W. Shore of Shore Chan LLP, representing VideoShare, said it was the…

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