201103.01
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Digital Evidence Group Helps Secure $593 Million Victory Against J&J

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MARCH 2011; TYLER, TEXAS – Dr. Bruce Saffran was awarded $482 million against Johnson & Johnson and Cordis, a J&J subsidiary, plus $111.4 million in interest, for a total of $593.4 million. After a five day jury trial and two hours of deliberation, the jury found that the defendants’ drug eluting cardiac stents infringed Dr….

200902.01
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$15 Million Awarded to Remedy Contract Breach Due to Racial Discrimination

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FEBRUARY 2009; ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA – A federal jury ordered DynCorp International, a government contractor, to pay more than $15 million to a former minorityowned subcontractor, Worldwide Network Services (WWNS). With demonstrative exhibits, an extensive database of trial exhibits, and video clips prepared and displayed in the courtroom by Digital Evidence Group, WWNS’s attorneys from Akin…

200810.01
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DEG Client Awarded $48.5 Million in Insurance Dispute

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OCTOBER 2008; LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – A nine-member federal jury unanimously awarded $48.5 million to Sempra Energy following a two-week federal trial against the insurance broker Marsh USA Inc. Digital Evidence Group managed all aspects of the courtroom presentation of the evidence. Marsh was charged with breach of contract after a political-risk policy failed to…

200806.10
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DEG client Merit prevails with finding of willful patent infringement

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JUNE 2008; PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA – Merit Industries, Inc., a worldwide leader in touch screen entertainment devices, worked with Dickstein Shapiro and Digital Evidence Group to obtain a favorable jury verdict in a patent infringement case involving several patents. After a 2 week trial in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania before…

200802.10
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$432 Million Patent Infringement Verdict, Among Largest in United States

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FEBRUARY 2008; TYLER TEXAS – Digital Evidence Group’s client was successful in receiving a jury verdict of $431,867,351 for patent infringement, one of the largest ever in the United States. The Court also awarded $69.4 million in pre-judgment interest. Bruce N. Saffran, M.D., Ph.D., had accused Boston Scientific of infringing his patent covering drug-eluting arterial…

200611.10
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DEG in NBA Arbitration between NY Knicks and Coach Larry Brown

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NOVEMBER 2006; NEW YORK, NEW YORK – DEG participated in an arbitration to resolve a contract dispute between Larry Brown and the New York Knicks, held at the offices of the National Basketball Association before Commissioner David Stern. Cablevision, parent company of the Knicks, revealed in its third-quarter filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission…