Law360, Grand Rapids (October 26, 2017, 3:36 PM EDT) -- King & Spalding LLP secured a spot on this week's legal lions list after the Federal Circuit heeded its arguments and affirmed a verdict clearing Google in a $106 million patent infringement suit, while Robinson Calcagnie Inc. landed on the legal lambs list after a judge threw out a $417 million verdict in favor of its client who had alleged Johnson & Johnson's talcum powder gave her ovarian cancer.
A Federal Circuit panel on Friday affirmed a Delaware federal jury’s finding that a mapping patent Art+Com Innovationpool GmbH had accused Google Earth of infringing in a $106 million case...
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