11th Circ. Told Booze Sales IP Damages Can't Be Retooled

By Morgan Conley (January 14, 2022, 4:33 PM EST) -- An alcohol sales software provider has told the Eleventh Circuit that a panel erred by remanding a jury's $2.7 million damages award in favor of a competitor for certain costs to be deducted, arguing the need for a tweak means the award lacks evidentiary support and should be tossed entirely.

IControl Systems USA urged the circuit court in a motion for panel rehearing Wednesday to amend its December opinion and direct the district court to grant its motion for judgment as a matter of law on Financial Information Technologies, or Fintech's, damages claim. IControl told the panel that if a "plaintiff's evidence...

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