Tech company general counsel, who routinely wrestle with accusations of patent infringement, can breathe a sigh of relief — thanks to a decision Monday by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

In deciding In Re Seagate Technologies, 830, the Federal Circuit has made it far more difficult to accuse a company of willful patent infringement, a finding which allows for triple damages.

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