Disk drive giant Seagate Technology settled a patent fight with Cornice Inc. two years ago. Problem is, according to Seagate, its insurer won't pick up the tab for its lawyers at Fish & Richardson. With the company now suing its insurer, Seagate said in a filing Tuesday that National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh has paid only $4 million of the $10 million it spent on the case.
Seagate Sues Over Unpaid Legal Costs
February 18, 2009
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