Susman Godfrey Wipes Out $283M Verdict in Satellite IP War

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A federal judge in San Diego ruled that that a do-over is needed in ViaSat's case against Space Systems/Loral in order "to prevent a miscarriage of justice."

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    Needs editing:
    “The trial was a huge success for SSL and its lawyers at Quinn Emanuel.” – Switched names of parties and counsel.

    “SSL‘s lawyers at Quinn Emanuel fought hard to preserve the verdict in post-trial motions.” - Switched parties.

    “SSL presented theories to explain the verdict, Huff wrote, but it never presented evidence to support those theories at trial.” – Switched parties.

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