Google, Others Levied $16M In Search Engine Patent Row

Law360, Los Angeles (January 03, 2014, 8:30 PM ET) -- A Virginia federal judge on Friday ordered AOL Inc., Google Inc., Target Corp. and others to pay more than $16 million to a Vringo Inc. subsidiary for supplemental damages and prejudgment interest after the companies were found last year to infringe its search engine advertisement patents.

The decision comes after U.S. District Judge Raymond Jackson ruled in August that Vringo subsidiary I/P Engine is entitled to ongoing royalties from the defendants' infringement of its search engine advertisement patents, but said further proceedings were needed to determine...
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