A federal jury has awarded $156 million to a holding company that sued a major communications company for patent infringement.
In 2004, TGIP Inc. purchased patents related to a computer system for point-of-sale activation and re-sale of calling cards. TGIP claimed that AT&T Corp. then used the system despite its patent protection.
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