A federal jury in Dallas has handed a big victory to General Electric Co. After a seven-day trial that began Feb. 28, the jury ruled that Mitsubishi had infringed one of GE's wind turbine patents and awarded $170 million in lost profits and royalties. The jury also found that this patent, which covered methods allowing the turbine to remain online when voltage hit zero, was valid.
Paul Weiss and Weil Win $170 Million Verdict for GE in Wind Turbine Patent Case
The American Lawyer
March 13, 2012
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