Anascape, Ltd. v. Nintendo of America, Inc.
Anascape, Ltd. v. Nintendo of America, Inc was a court case held in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas by judge Ron Clark. Started in 2006, Anascape, Ltd sued Nintendo of America for violating the controller patents with the Wii Remote, Nunchuk, Classic Controller, WaveBird Wireless Controller, and the Nintendo GameCube Controller. Anascape compared Nintendo's controller patents with the twelve following patents:
Nintendo lost the case in 2008 due to the Wii Classic Controller, WaveBird, and the Nintendo GameCube Controller having patent infringement; owing Anascape twenty-one million dollars. However, Nintendo appealed the case to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and in April 13, 2010, Nintendo won the case and the decision was reversed.
- ANASCAPE, LTD. v. NINTENDO OF AMERICA INC., Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit 2010 from Google Scholar.
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