Symantec Will Pay $65M To End Finjan Patent Row

Law360 (March 5, 2018, 9:46 PM EST) -- Symantec Corp. and one of its units have agreed to pay $65 million, with the possibility of up to $45 million more, to settle Finjan Inc.’s patent infringement allegations that just a month ago had been on the verge of a retrial, according to a recent regulatory filing by Finjan.

The cybersecurity rivals had signaled a deal in February, when they vacated a retrial the day it was set to begin in California federal court. The details of that arrangement were then hammered out over the following two weeks, according to Finjan's Form 8-K filing Thursday with the U.S. Securities and...

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