$128 Million in Fonar v. General Electric


Represented Fonar Corporation and Dr. Raymond V. Damadian in a patent infringement action against General Electric involving patents on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines. After trial, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ordered General Electric to pay $103.4 million, at the time reportedly the largest patent infringement jury verdict ever upheld on appeal (IP Worldwide). The final payment totalled $128 million (judgment plus interest). 
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