Press Release

ActiveVideo Seeks Permanent Injunction against Verizon FiOS Following Historic Patent Verdict

August 12, 2011

PALO ALTO, August 12, 2011: This morning, following a $115 Million verdict rendered last week finding that Verizon infringed on four of its patents, San Jose-based ActiveVideo Networks filed a motion seeking a permanent injunction to prevent Verizon from continued illegal use of the company's technology relating to interactive television services, such as video on demand used by FiOS TV.  The case is ActiveVideo Networks, Inc. v. Verizon Communications, Inc. et al. A copy of the motion is available here and a copy of the memorandum is available here.

For the company's statement on the motion please click here.

The Morgan Lewis team representing ActiveVideo was led by IP Litigation partners Daniel Johnson, Jr. and Michael J. Lyons, along with partner Nathan W.  McCutcheon; IP senior attorney David M. Morris; IP of counsel MaryJane Boswell; and associates Ahren C. Hsu-Hoffman, Jason E. Gettleman, Michael F. Carr, Efrain Staino Flores, Jeremy Peterson, Jacob A. Snodgrass, and Lorraine M. Casto.

For more information or to speak with one of the lead lawyers for ActiveVideo, please contact us.