A ruling in the case earlier this week limited the amount of damages Qualcomm is likely to pay to less than $100 million. Even if treble damages are awarded by the judge, the total award may be no more than about $225 million. ParkerVision had sought something more on the order of $500 million.
ParkerVision’s market cap today before the jury’s verdict was announced came in around $290 million based on a share price of $3.16. Shares spiked above $4 when the lawsuit was filed in February and peaked just short of $5 in early July. The 52-week low is $1.48.
Shares of ParkerVision were halted after the stock jumped 73% to around $5.90 a share.
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