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Jury: Newegg infringes Spangenberg patent, must pay $2.3 million

qwerdf (2767125) writes | about a year ago

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qwerdf (2767125) writes "Newegg, an online retailer that has made a name for itself fighting the non-practicing patent holders sometimes called "patent trolls," sits on the losing end of a lawsuit tonight. An eight-person jury came back shortly after 7:00pm and found that the company infringed all four asserted claims of a patent owned by TQP Development, a company owned by patent enforcement expert Erich Spangenberg."
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New rule (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#45525983)

I propose a new rule: If you can't reasonably explain the patent(s) infringed upon in the course of a short article summary mentioning its infringement, the patent is bullshit.

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