Jury Orders Illumina to Pay $96M for Infringing Syntrix's Array IP | GenomeWeb

This story was originally posted on March 15.

A federal jury decided last week that Illumina has infringed a patent held by Syntrix Biosystems and ordered Illumina to pay Syntrix $96 million, based on a 6 percent royalty rate for Illumina BeadChip products sold between 2005 and May 2012.

Illumina CEO Jay Flatley said in a statement that the firm "strongly disagrees" with the decision and plans to appeal it, and will also continue to sell the BeadChip products that are the subject of the suit.

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