English court sides with Lufthansa in Panasonic patent suit
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In a victory for Lufthansa, the English High Court has upheld a ruling that its patent was infringed and ordered Japanese electronics company Panasonic, and Safran Seats to pay costs of more than $2.5 million (£1.9 million) to the German airline.
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