$49M Verdict In Call-Routing Case Appealed

Law360, New York (April 13, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Three defendants in a patent infringement case over toll-free call routing technology were slapped with $49 million in damages and an injunction Thursday.

On Friday, they filed an emergency motion to stay the injunction, which they argued could disrupt services for thousands of people who place calls routed through defendant Targus Information Corp.

U.S. District Judge Patricia C. Fawsett ordered defendants Murex Securities Ltd., Murex Licensing Corp. and Targus Information Corp. to pay plaintiff 800 Adept Inc. $18 million for patent infringement; $24 million in enhanced...
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