Defended HTC in an investigation before CALJ Luckern in which FlashPoint Technology, Inc., a spinoff from Apple, asserted that all of HTC’s (and most of the rest of the smartphone market’s) Android and Windows-based phones infringed three patents, relating primarily to digital imaging functionality and device capability querying technologies. Almost all respondents, including Nokia and RIM, settled before the trial. CALJ Luckern found that none of the asserted patents were infringed, FlashPoint failed to prove a domestic industry for its patents, and one of Flashpoint’s patents was invalid. The Commission and Federal Circuit affirmed.