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Blackberry Ordered to Cough up $147 Million

Blackberry Ordered to Cough up $147 Million

A San Francisco federal court ordered RIM (the suffering company that makes BlackBerry devices, which you may vaguely remember as those things you used before you got an iPhone) to pay $147 million in damages to Mformation Technologies for patent infringement.  The jury found that Mformation successfully demonstrated that RIM’s BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which is software that lets companies manage workers’ BlackBerry devices remotely, infringed Mformation’s patents.

Hannah Steinblatt

Hannah Steinblatt is a 3L at Fordham Law. She grew up on Long Island and currently resides in Brooklyn (but not the cool part) with her husband. She likes art, fashion, poodles, and grammar. She also has an unhealthy obsession with ketchup. Hannah hopes to pursue a career in litigation.