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Judge voids $532.9M ruling against Apple

A federal judge has thrown out a $532.9 million award against Apple and ordered a new trial to determine damages in a patent infringement case, Reuters reports. In February, a jury found Apple guilty of improperly incorporating three patents owned by Smartflash into its iTunes software, but the judge was concerned his instructions on how to calculate damages may have confused the jurors and substantially inflated the award. The new trial to set damages is set for September 14. A second lawsuit between Smartflash and Apple over the same patents is still ongoing.

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