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The U.S. Supreme Court Monday refused to step back into the yearslong feud over patents between the world's top smartphone makers, declining to hear Samsung's appeal of a lower court ruling that reinstated a jury award of about $120 million in favor of Apple.The justices left in place a 2016 ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit which upheld a verdict that found South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. had infringed Apple Inc.'s patents on several popular features of the California-based company's iPhone. A three-judge panel of the Federal Circuit, a Washington-based court that specializes in patent matters, had originally overturned the verdict, but it was reinstated in an Oct. 2016 ruling by a full slate of 11 judges on that court.
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