In a 2011 lawsuit, Sprint said Time Warner Cable had infringed on patents dealing with voice-over-packet technology that had led to a “sea change in telephony.” The courthouse victory Friday for Sprint follows others in which Sprint won settlements from other companies it had sued.
In a 2011 lawsuit, Sprint said Time Warner Cable had infringed on patents dealing with voice-over-packet technology that had led to a “sea change in telephony.” The courthouse victory Friday for Sprint follows others in which Sprint won settlements from other companies it had sued. File photo by Patrick Fallon Bloomberg
In a 2011 lawsuit, Sprint said Time Warner Cable had infringed on patents dealing with voice-over-packet technology that had led to a “sea change in telephony.” The courthouse victory Friday for Sprint follows others in which Sprint won settlements from other companies it had sued. File photo by Patrick Fallon Bloomberg

KCK jury hands Sprint $139.8 million verdict against Time Warner Cable

March 03, 2017 08:00 PM

UPDATED March 05, 2017 07:42 PM

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