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Julia Love writes for The Recorder, an American Lawyer sibling publication.
SAN JOSE — A San Jose jury has decided that Samsung must pay Apple more than $290 million for infringing its patents for smartphones and tablets, capping off the mobile titans’ closely watched rematch on damages.
Thursday’s damages, when added to about $640 million that remains intact from the August 2012 trial, brings Apple’s total award to approximately $930 million. That’s a slight drop from the $1.05 billion it was granted last year.
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