Jury orders Google to pay $20m in patent damages
An inventor and the estate of his late partner have been awarded $20m by an Eastern District of Texas jury for Google infringing three patents through its Chrome browser, in a case on remand from the Federal Circuit
An inventor and his late partner’s family has been awarded $20 million in damages against Google by an Eastern District of Texas jury. In a case presided over by Judge Rodney Gilstrap, Google through its Chrome browser was found to...
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