Apple's award in Samsung trial chopped to $598 million from over $1 billion

Koh found two main errors in the way the jury calculated the damages awarded to Apple. They used Samsung's profits to determine the amount the company owed for infringing some of Apple's utility patents — a practice only appropriate when calculating damages owed when design patents have been infringed. They also erred when calculating the time period Apple should be awarded damages for.
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While the final figure may be lower than first thought, it is important to note that the decision has not changed here: Samsung still has to pay up after infringing upon Apple’s patents and it is merely the amount of money that is due to change hands that Koh is now questioning.