A federal court jury in Marshall, Texas, returned a lump sum $37.5 million verdict for an Austin-based tech company in a patents infringement lawsuit against a Chinese company.

In a trial that concluded last week, attorneys for plaintiff Atlas Global Technologies LLC convinced the jury that TP-Link Technologies Co. Ltd. and its related entities infringed on five patents for wireless routers that meet an industry standard known as “Wi-Fi 6.”

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