A federal jury in Marshall on Friday ordered Motorola Mobility to pay $9.17 million for deliberately infringing on a small Plano-based licensing firm’s patents for technology that helps create high-definition voice for cell phones. The win is the latest for Saint Lawrence Communications in patent fights in the U.S. and Germany against seven of the world’s largest cell-phone makers . . .
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