Hewlett-Packard Files Appeal In Patent Infringement Lawsuit With Cornell

Hewlett-Packard has filed an appeal to a District Court decision announced last month that the company would have to pay Cornell $53.5 million for patent infringement, according to the Wall Street Journal. In order to fight the case, Cupertino, Calif. based H.P. said that it expects to earn one to two cents less per share in its second fiscal quarter of the year, according to the Sacramento Business Journal. This comes after U.S. District Judge Randall Radar reduced the amount H.P. owed Cornell from $184 million, as decided by a Jury last June.