5 August 2015Patents

Federal Circuit slashes $1.5bn Marvell damages for Carnegie infringement

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has granted US chip maker Marvell Technology a partial victory by slashing the $1.54 billion in damages it owes Carnegie Mellon University for patent infringement.

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2 April 2014   A US judge has ordered chip maker Marvell Technology to pay Carnegie Mellon University $1.5 billion for patent infringement, raising the fine by $400 million.
21 January 2014   Chip maker Marvell Technology has failed to persuade a US judge to reduce the $1.17 billion fine it must pay a university for patent infringement.
18 February 2016   Marvell Technology Group has agreed to pay $750 million to settle its patent lawsuit with Carnegie Mellon University.