Former GC Reflects on Time Immersed in IP Battles

, The Recorder

Laura Peter joined Immersion in 2005 in the midst of a heated patent fight that ended with Sony agreeing to pay a $97 million judgment and $53 million in royalties. By the time Peter left in August of this year, she'd become a central part of the tiny company's aggressive licensing and litigation program. Observers say Immersion's tough intellectual property strategy was a success. But to others in the world beyond IP lawyers, Immersion is anathema.

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