Federal Circuit cuts down $1.17 billion Marvell award
The Federal Circuit has held that the district court improperly included foreign sales when it awarded Carnegie Mellon University $1.17 billion in damages for patent infringement
The decision, released today, ordered a new trial regarding damages, specifically whether any of the infringing products (chips in hard drives) not used or manufactured in the US were sold domestically. The court also found that enhanced damages for wilful...
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