Toy Co. Urges Judgment Despite $9.5M Hover IP Verdict

Law360, Chicago (March 12, 2020, 8:04 PM EDT) -- Spin Master Ltd. argued in Illinois federal court Thursday that it should not be held to a $9.5 million jury verdict or any damages enhancement for infringing a rival's patents, saying the infringement claims weren't borne out during a trial.

Spin Master said U.S. District Judge John Blakey shouldn't treble the damages Rehco LLC won after a seven-day trial because the company did not egregiously infringe a former business partner's patents relating to hover toys. The company argued it should instead be granted judgment or a new trial over Rehco's claims because the only conclusion that could be drawn from the...

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