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Federal Circuit Affirms $95 Million Patent Award Based on Price Erosion Theory

Federal Circuit finds jury’s lost profits and reasonable royalty award based on plaintiffs’ price erosion theory is not excessive; sufficient evidence supported expert’s “but for” damages model calculating prices two to three times as much as the prices t ...

SynQor, Inc. v. Artesyn Technologies, Inc. (III)

Federal Circuit finds jury’s lost profits and reasonable royalty award based on plaintiffs’ price erosion theory is not excessive; sufficient evidence supported expert’s “but for” damages model calculating prices two to three times as much as the prices t ...

SynQor, Inc. v. Artesyn Technologies, Inc. (I)

Federal court found sufficient evidence to support $95 million lost profits and reasonable royalty award for patent infringement based on expert’s careful benchmarking and Georgia-Pacific analysis.

SynQor, Inc. v. Artesyn Technologies, Inc. (II)

Federal court denies motion for new trial in patent infringement case, finding among other evidentiary and legal rulings that the plaintiffs did not improperly apply the entire market value rule.

Delta Star v. Patton

One issue in this case was diminution of value caused by a breach of loyalty.

Nilssen v. Motorola, Inc. (I)

Issues involve several motions in limine to exclude expert testimony in intellectual property dispute.

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