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Google Hit With $20M Jury Verdict Over Malware Patents

Law360, San Francisco (February 10, 2017, 9:54 PM EST) -- A Texas federal jury awarded an inventor and the family of his late partner $20 million in damages Friday, after finding Google had infringed on three of their patents for malware protection software.

After a four-day trial, the jury found Google had infringed on all three patents at issue in the suit. The verdict form indicates the tech giant will pay $20 million in damages, and that the jury chose a rolling royalty rather than a lump sum for the monetary award. Plaintiffs’ attorney Eric W....
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