Apple, Broadcom Can't Shake Caltech's $1.1B IP Jury Win

Law360 (August 4, 2020, 7:03 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge on Monday entered final judgment against Apple and Broadcom after the California Institute of Technology's $1.1 billion patent jury trial win, but held off on deciding Caltech's bid to double the damages until after the inevitable appeal in the case is concluded.

A nine-member jury in January found that Apple Inc. and Broadcom Ltd. have been infringing three of Caltech's data transmission patents with Wi-Fi chips used in hundreds of millions of iPhones and other devices. The jury reached its verdict after a two-week trial and less than five hours of deliberating, ordering Apple to pay more than...

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