A five-lawyer team from Pepper Hamilton has emerged victorious after a month-long patent trial between the world’s largest makers of high-speed egg-sorting machines, winning a verdict that said its clients, Moba B.V. and Staalkat B.V., had not infringed a single patent.

The stakes were high in Moba B.V. v. Diamond Automation because the company claiming infringement was seeking $40 million in lost profits and penalties of up to three times that amount if the jury found the infringement was willful.

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