A Supreme Court ruling Monday in favor of eBay Inc. in a closely watched patent dispute made it harder for those claiming infringement to win permanent injunctions against major patent holders and manufacturers.

The unanimous decision was a major win for eBay and other big patent holders that frequently face crippling litigation from parties that get injunctions to protect one of thousands of patents used in a complex product.

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