Law360 (February 26, 2020, 9:10 PM EST) -- A Houston federal jury on Wednesday awarded Chevron $1.1 million in disgorged profits in a trademark infringement lawsuit against a company that pretended to be affiliated with the energy giant to gain business, far short of the nearly $9 million Chevron was seeking.
The damages awarded were lower than the roughly $3.2 million in profits Chevron had asked jurors to disgorge and the jury deadlocked on another question that would have allowed it to award Chevron USA Inc. and Chevron Intellectual Property LLC enhanced damages for allegedly undiscovered infringing activity that it wasn't able to present evidence of at trial. Chevron...
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