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Patent infringement suits have a reputational cost for universities

November 10, 2015, Walter D. Valdivia

Last month, a jury found Apple Inc. guilty of infringing a patent of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and ordered the tech giant to pay $234 million. Walter Valdivia argues that while the university scored a big financial victory, this hardly meant any gain for the university's reputation.

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