Judge Rules Vringo Waited Too Long to Sue Google, Limiting Potential Damages

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A judge has capped Vringo's potential recovery in its ongoing patent infringement trial against Google. Vringo sought to calculate damages from 2005, but U.S. District Judge Raymond Jackson in Norfolk ruled on Wednesday that the company can't ask for damages prior to 2011. The ruling means that even if jurors side with Vringo, it won't be walking away with the $696 million it originally asked for.

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