Hotel internet company wants Nomadix’s $6.5 million jury win overturned


By Joyce Hanson (January 24, 2022, 5:24 PM EST) – An online entertainment company for the hospitality industry has urged a California federal judge not to award $6.5 million in damages to Nomadix Inc. after that a jury favored the network device maker in a royalty lawsuit, arguing that Nomadix failed to present proper evidence at trial.

Guest-Tek Interactive Entertainment Ltd. told Judge André Birotte Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California in a new motion for judgment Thursday that Nomadix failed to meet the requirements for damages under the companies license agreement because Nomadix did not offer evidence at trial of a “Guest-Tek property” bearing royalties under the agreement….

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