$16M Copyright Verdict Holds Up, Slot Machine Co. Says

Law360 (May 20, 2019, 8:57 PM EDT) -- An Illinois federal jury was well within its right to award $16 million to GC2 Inc. after finding that rival International Game Technology PLC had infringed its slot game copyrights, meaning there’s no reason for a new trial or lower verdict, GC2 said.

IGT failed to meet the high standard for showing that a jury verdict should be thrown out or reduced when it asked the court to do so in March, GC2 said in its opposition motion Friday. The jury was presented with a fair version of the case, and IGT waived its right to object to several things it...

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