Apple Cries ‘Troll,’ Marvin Gaye: Intellectual PropertyVictoria Slind-Flor
Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc., barred from calling its opponent a “patent troll” during a trial, did exactly that less than an hour after jurors found in favor of the iPhone-maker and rejected claims for $93.7 million in damages.
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