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123456789101112131415McCUTCHEN, DOYLE, BROWN & ENERSENThomas J. RoschRobert L. EbeDaniel M. WallThree Embarcadero CenterSan Francisco, CA 94111(415) 393-2000NEUMAN, WILLIAMS, ANDERSON & OLSONTheodore W. AndersonJames T . Williams77 West Washington StreetSuite 2000Chicago, Illinois 60602( 312) 346-1200Attorneys for PlaintiffsThe Magnavox Company andSanders Associates, Inc.IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIATHE MAGNAVOX COMPANY,a Corporation, andSANDERS ASSOCIATES, INC.,a .ACTIVISION, INC.,a Corporation,Defendant.))))))))Civil Action No.C-82-5270-CAL)[PROPOSED] AMENDEDJUDGMENT)))))

123456789101112131415McCUTCHEN, DOYLE, BROWN & ENERSENThomas J. RoschRobert L. EbeDaniel M. WallThree Embarcadero CenterSan Francisco, CA 94111(415) 393-2000NEUMAN, WILLIAMS, ANDERSON & OLSONTheodore w. AndersonJames T. Williams77 West Washington StreetSuite 2000Chicago, Illinois 60602(312) 346-1200Attorneys for PlaintiffsThe Magnavox Company andSanders Associates, Inc.IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIATHE MAGNAVOX COMPANY,a Corporation, andSANDERS ASSOCIATES, INC.,a Corporation,1617181920Plaintiffs,v.ACTIVISION, INC.,a Corporation,Defendant.))))))))))))))Civil Action No.C-82-5270-CAL2122232425262728AMENDED JUDGMENT

1234567891011The issues in this action, other than damages, havingbeen tried before this court sitting without a jury, and the courthaving considered the evidence introduced by the parties, havingheard the arguments presented on their behalf, having dulyconsidered the issues and the authorities, and having entered itsFindings of Fact and Conclusions of Law,IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED:1.The court has jurisdiction over the parties and thesubject matter of the action.2.Plaintiff Sanders Associates, Inc. is the owner of12the entire right, title and interest in and to United States13Letters Patent Re. 28,507 entitled "Television Gaming Apparatus"14asserted against the defendant in this action, and has been the15owner thereof since the date of issuance.163.Plaintiff The Magnavox Company is the exclusive17licensee, with the right to grant sublicenses, under Letters18Patent Re. 28,507.194.Plaintiffs have the right to sue for and collect20damages for past infringement of Letters Patent Re. 28,507 and21have possessed such right continuously since the issuance of22Letters Patent Re. 28,507.235.The defendant has not sustained its burden of24proving that any of the asserted claims of Letters Patent Re.2528,507 are invalid.266.The defendant has contributed to the infringement27of, and has induced infringement of, the claims of Letters Patent28Re. 28,507 stated in the following table by the manufacture and-2-

12345sale within the United States of the stated television gamecartridges, and the defendant has directly infringed the statedclaims of Letters Patent Re. 28,507 by the use and display of thestated television game cartridges:789101112ClaimsCartridges6TennisIce HockeyBoxingFishing DerbyStampedePressure CookerGrand PrixBarnstormingSky , 61, 6260, 61, 626060, 6152, 60The defendant did not willfully infringe the14Letters Patent Re. 28,507 and proceeded at all relevant times in15the good faith belief that its cartridges did not infringe the16patent.178.Plaintiffs Sanders Associates, Inc. and The18Magnavox Company are entitled to recover from defendant the19damages which they have sustained by reason of the manufacture,20use and sale of infringing cartridges, the damages to be no less21than a reasonable royalty.229.The defendant, Activision, Inc., its officers,23employees, agents, successors, assigns, servants, and all persons24in active concert and participation with it or controlled by it,25shall be and hereby are permanently enjoined and restrained from26and after the date hereof and until April 25, 1989 from27infringing, contributorily infringing, or inducing the28infringement of United States Letters Patent Re. 28,507 and from-3-

123456789manufacturing, using, or selling its Tennis, Ice Hockey, Boxing,Fishing Derby, Stampede, Pressure Cooker, Grand Prix,Barnstorming, Sky Jinks, Enduro and Decathlon television gamecartridges.10.The First and Third Counterclaims of the defendantagainst plaintiffs are dismissed with prejudice.11.This judgment is final except for the accountingand award of damages.1011Dated:121314CHARLES A. LEGGEUNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE1516171819202122232425262728-4-

1234567891011McCUTCHEN, DOYLE, BROWN & ENERSENThomas J. RoschRobert L. EbeDaniel M. WallThree Embarcadero CenterSan Francisco, CA 94111(415) 393-2000NEUMAN, WILLIAMS, ANDERSON & OLSONTheodore w. AndersonJames T. Williams77 West Washington StreetSuite 2000Chicago, Illinois 60602(312) 346-1200Attorneys for PlaintiffsThe Magnavox Company andSanders Associates, Inc.1213141516IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIATHE MAGNAVOX COMPANY,a Corporation, andSANDERS ASSOCIATES, INC.,a Corporation,17Plaintiffs,18v.19ACTIVISION, INC.,a ))))Civil Action No.C-82-5270-CAL[PROPOSED] ORDERMODIFYING THE ORDER REFURTHER PROCEEDINGS ANDDIRECTING THE ENTRY OF ANEW AMENDED JUDGMENT

123456789101112131415McCUTCHEN, DOYLE, BROWN & ENERSENThomas J. RoschRobert L. EbeDaniel M. WallThree Embarcadero CenterSan Francisco, CA 94111( 415) 393-2000NEUMAN, WILLIAMS, ANDERSON & OLSONTheodore w. AndersonJames T. Williams77 West Washington StreetSuite 2000Chicago, Illinois 60602( 312) 346-1200Attorneys for PlaintiffsThe Magnavox Company andSanders Associates, Inc.IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIATHE MAGNAVOX COMPANY,a Corporation, andSANDERS ASSOCIATES, INC.,a Corporation,1617181920Plaintiffs,))))))Civil Action No.C-82-5270-CAL))))v.ACTIVISION, INC.,a Corporation,Defendant.))))2122232425262728ORDER MODIFYING THE ORDER RE FURTHERPROCEEDINGS AND DIRECTING THE ENTRY OF ANEW AMENDED JUDGMENT

lThis matter came on regularly for hearing on April 25,23451985, the parties appearing through their respective attorneys ofrecord.Based on the written and oral arguments presented, andfor good cause shown,6IT IS ORDERED as follows:71.Plaintiffs' Motion for Reconsideration of the Order8re Further Proceedings of March 13, 1986 and Amendment of the9Judgment is granted.102.Upon reconsideration, the Order of March 13, 198611is modified by deleting paragraph 3 thereof and the following12paragraph is entered in its place and stead:13141516171819Section 154 of the Patent Laws, Title 35U.S . Code provides that "Every patentshall contain a short title of theinvention and a grant to the patenteeof the right to exclude others frommaking, using or selling the inventionthroughout the United States . ".Therefore, no sufficient cause havingbeen shown for denying injunctive relief,plaintiffs' request is granted.3.Pursuant to the foregoing, an AMENDED JUDGMENT, inthe form attached hereto, is being entered as of this date.2021Dated:222324CHARLES A. LEGGEUNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE25262728-2-

1PROOF OF SERVICE BY HAND234I, Mary A. Buller hereby certify under penalty ofperjury that:5I am employed in the City and County of San Francisco,6California.7within cause.8Floor, San Francisco, California,9I am over the age of 18 years and not a party to theMy business address is 3 Embarcadero Center, 27th94111.On March 28, 1986 I served a copy of10PROPOSED AMENDED JUDGMENT; PROPOSED ORDERMODIFYING THE ORDER RE FURTHERPROCEEDINGS AND DIRECTING THE ENTRY OF ANEW AMENDED JUDGMENT; and Cover Letter111213upon the following named persons by causing an envelope to be14addressed as follows, a copy of the document described above to be15enclosed and sealed in it, and to have the envelope delivered by16hand to:1718192021Martin R. GlickH. Joseph Escher, IIIMarla J. MillerHOWARD, RICE, NEMEROVSKI, CANADY,ROBERTSON & FALKThree Embarcadero Center, 7th Fl.San Francisco, California 94111Executed on March 28, 1986 at San Francisco, California.22232425262728Mary A. Buller

manufacturing, using, or selling its Tennis, Ice Hockey, Boxing, Fishing Derby, Stampede, Pressure Cooker, Grand Prix, Barnstorming, Sky Jinks, Enduro and Decathlon television game cartridges. 10. The First and Third Counterclaims of the defendant 7 against plaintiffs are dismissed with prejudice. 8 11. This judgment is final except for the .