IPNews® – HTC Corp. won out on Thursday over an inventor’s claims that the phone maker infringed two patents for wireless communication devices, after an Illinois federal judge ruled that the two patents were unenforceable due to the inventor’s false statements.

Intellect Wireless founder Daniel Henderson sued HTC in 2009 as part of a larger patent offensive against major phone manufacturers. The judge, though, found that he made false statements to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office about his inventions to try to get around prior art. To continue reading, click: HTC Beats Wireless Device Patent Claims Due To Inequitable Conduct