After a 17-day jury trial, Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies Co. will walk away with nothing in its suit against a California inventor and his startup company, which also got nothing on a counterclaim.

U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas in Sherman on Thursday ordered Huawei Technologies Co. and a Texas-based subsidiary, Futurewei Technologies Inc., to take nothing in their lawsuit against Yiren Ronnie Huang and CNEX Labs Inc. CNEX also took nothing on its counterclaim against the plaintiffs. According to the court’s June 27 judgment in Huawei Technologies Co. v. Huang, which dismissed the litigation with prejudice, each party must pay its own costs.

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