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Federal judge upholds $234 million jury award against Apple in WARF case

June 8, 2017

A federal judge in Madison on Tuesday upheld a jury’s $234.3 million damages award against computer maker Apple, which in October 2015 lost a patent infringement lawsuit filed by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, UW-Madison’s intellectual property arm.

Deciding post-verdict motions, U.S. District Judge William Conley let the jury award stand, which was reached after a trial in federal court, and rejected Apple’s motion for a new trial in the case. Mark Chandler testified on licensing and damages on behalf of WARF in the U.S. District Court trial.

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