Thursday, January 06, 2005

WAITING FOR EBAY: Any day now, the Federal Circuit is expected to post a decision on whether to uphold the May 2003 jury verdict thateBay should pay Woolston, who hold the MercExchange patents, $35 million for infringing on his patents. If the verdict, which was later reduced by a judge to $29.5 million, is upheld, Woolston may finally see a check from eBay, the San Jose company that has become synonymous with online auctions. If it's not, there could be another trial.

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