We have already seen that the game publisher ZeniMax (owner of Bethesda studios, id Software, Arcane Studios, etc) filed a lawsuit against the management of the company Oculus, owned by Facebook Corporation. The plaintiff accused the Oculus that its employee (John Carmack, formerly id Software) allegedly stole ZeniMax important technology in the field of virtual reality, on the basis of which then was created the Oculus Rift. Lawyers ZeniMax initially demanded from Oculus $ 4 billion, but the jury decided otherwise.
The Jury in the courtroom of the Dallas court of Texas issued its verdict in the case of "ZeniMax against Oculus" just a few hours ago. According to their decision, the management of Oculus, ZeniMax is obliged to pay a penalty of $ 500 million. It also was announced that Palmer Luckey (founder of Oculus) has violated a document nondisclosure of classified information, but it is not copied, not stolen and not used to create the Oculus Rift headset any technology owned by ZeniMax.
Company Oculus owes ZeniMax will pay $ 200 million for violation of the confidentiality statement, also $ 50 million for copyright infringement (not quite clear what the rights in question, if Palmer Lucky looked like he wasn't stealing anything), $ 50 million has to pay personally Lucky, and $ 150 million I will punish the former Director of Oculus VR Brendan Iribe in a misrepresentation, use of false descriptions of products and services. From here one gets a sum of 500 million dollars, which, as you probably already noticed, much less than the 4 billion that are expected by ZeniMax initially.
In this story there is one very important detail: ZeniMax a long time I stopped all development in the field of VR, but immediately about them remembered only the company of Palmer Luckey acquired for $ 2 billion. It is here that lawyers ZeniMax remember that one day their engineer John Carmack joined Oculus, and decided to blame it all serious. It seems that the jury understood that one company is trying to make elementary on the other, and therefore did not satisfy the plaintiff's claim in full. Lawyers Oculus has already said it will challenge the court's decision in the very near future.
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