Vonage must pay Verizon $117.5 million

The U.S. Court of Appeals turned down Vonage's request for an appeal in its patent lawsuit from Verizon Communications, meaning Vonage must pay Verizon the full $117.5 million in damages that resulted from the initial district court ruling. Vonage and Verizon had earlier struck a deal under which Vonage would have paid Verizon only $80 million if the request to hear the appeal was accepted.

For more:
- read this report at VNUnet.com

Related articles:
- Vonage and Verizon settled late last month

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