Law360 (April 19, 2019, 2:12 PM EDT) -- Apple and Qualcomm grabbed headlines when they decided to settle their differences before a San Diego federal jury could decide their multibillion-dollar antitrust dispute. But they aren't the first high-profile litigants to think twice about having a jury decide their fate once they got to court.
Around the same time a Qualcomm attorney was wrapping up opening statements in the case Tuesday, the two companies announced they had settled all litigation between them. Apple gave Qualcomm an undisclosed payment and made a deal to keep using Qualcomm's technology in its products.
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