Yahoo battles $15M IP loss as Droplets seek to add $20.6M

By Dorothy Atkins (June 3, 2022, 6:39 PM EDT) – Yahoo has urged a California federal judge to grant it judgment after the lawsuit invalidating software company Droplets Inc.’s patent over the loss of 15 million dollars for infringement of Yahoo’s jury trial, while Droplets asked the judge to add $17.6 million in interest to the judgment and award $3 million in costs and expenses.

In separate post-trial motions filed Wednesday, Yahoo and Droplets each took turns asking U.S. District Judge Jon S. Tigar to reconsider aspects of the March jury’s verdict against Yahoo.

In a 33-page motion for judgment in its favor at law, Yahoo argued that Droplets’ patent claims for…

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