Norton and Columbia malware patent spat set to continue

NortonLifeLock and Columbia University’s legal tussle over anti-malware patents continued last week, with attorney fees and a new trial in dispute two months after a jury awarded the uni $185 million. In 2013, Columbia sued Norton and accused the company of infringing 167 claims over six patents. Although the May award went Columbia’s way, it has since asked for additional attorneys’ fees.

Link: Norton and Columbia malware patent spat set to continue
via http://www.theregister.com

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