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Julia Love writes for The Recorder, an American Lawyer affiliate.

SAN FRANCISCO — After a long legal brawl to avoid paying licensing fees to a company it calls a patent bully, HTC Corp. has been handed a nearly $1 million bill.

A San Jose jury decided Thursday that the Taiwanese smartphone maker violated a microprocessor patent and awarded patent holders Technology Properties Limited and Patriot Scientific Corp. $958,560 in damages. However, in a partial win for HTC and its lawyers at Cooley, the jury found HTC neither infringed the patent willfully nor induced infringement and awarded just a fraction of what its adversaries had sought to recoup.

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