TiVo Wins $103 Million in Contempt Ruling Against EchoStar: MoFo's Loss Is Irell's Gain

Harold McElhinny didn't get long to enjoy his appointment as co-managing partner at Morrison & Foerster on Monday. On Tuesday, one of the most stinging losses of his career--a $73.6 million infringement verdict against his client EchoStar--got even worse when an East Texas federal district court judge found EchoStar in contempt and tacked on a whopping $103 million to the judgment.

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