A team of intellectual property lawyers from Philadelphia has won a $45.3 million verdict in TruePosition Inc. v. Andrew Corp., a patent-infringement suit that focused on cell-phone-location technology.

After a two-week trial in federal court in Wilmington, Del., the jury deliberated four hours on Sept. 14 before finding that Andrew had directly infringed TruePosition’s patents and had also induced others to infringe.

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