Eastern District Jury Awards $27 Million Against Bank, Companies

Jury's Willful-Infringement Finding Could Triple Damages

, Texas Lawyer

On March 26, a federal jury in Marshall awarded DataTreasury Corp. $27 million in damages against U.S. Bank and two other companies in the first of DTC's suits to go to trial over alleged infringement of its patents covering technology used to process checks. But the amount of damages could go higher. Nelson Roach (pictured) is DTC's lead attorney.

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