As we reported, earlier this year Verhoeven won a defense verdict for Google in a $600 million patent infringement case in Marshall, Tx., federal district court, a feat that earned him Litigator of the Week honors. Since then, Verhoeven has won two more cases brought by non-practicing entities (ahem, patent trolls), both on summary judgement.

The most recent was brought by Performance Pricing, which owns a patent on a technology that allows consumers to play online games for a chance to get a reduced price on a product. Performance Pricing claimed that Google’s online advertising auction system, AdWords, which runs an auction for the ad space available on the search results page, infringed its patent on its “price determining activity.”

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