Defendant's motion to compel plaintiff to produce its settlement agreements with two other defendants in this case was granted. "[T]he Federal Circuit’s ruling in [ResQNet.com, Inc. v. Lansa, Inc., 594 F.3d 860 (Fed. Cir. 2010)] forecloses [plaintiff's] categorical contention that '[a]greements reached to resolve patent litigation are not relevant to the calculation of a reasonable royalty'. . . . [Plaintiff] has offered no argument that anything about the particular licensing arrangements contained in its settlement agreements with the [other defendants in this case] renders them irrelevant to the reasonable royalty calculation in this case; instead, [plaintiff] has relied on its faulty, blanket assertion that licenses arising from settlement agreements generally lack any relevance to a reasonable royalty determination."
Volumetrics Medical Imaging, LLC v. GE Healthcare, Ltd., et. al., 1-05-cv-00955 (NCMD June 20, 2011, Order) (Auld, M.J.)