- A district judge has ordered Marvell Technology Group (MRVL) to pay almost $1.54B for breaching two hard disk drive patents held by Carnegie Mellon University.
- The amount is well above the $1.17B that a jury awarded Carnegie in December 2012. The judge, Nora Barry Fischer, increased the payout because she believes that Marvell copied the IP through "known willful infringement."
- However, Fischer rejected Carnegie's requests for double or triple damages.
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