We saw that Epic isn’t even trying to suggest it didn’t breach its contract with Google, appears to be formally conceding that as well, and now Judge Donato just suggested that it may not be contesting the damages either.
During a jury recess, the judge noted that Epic didn’t seem to be challenging the amount of damages Google’s expert calculated, beyond the payment processing fee. Perhaps the jury won’t need to decide an amount because Epic will simply concede a few hundred thousand dollars to Google.
That’s likely peanuts for Epic, at least compared to Epic’s legal fees for this trial.
There was also a suggestion we might wrap up early today.
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