Supreme Court Denies Dish’s Petition On TiVo Patent Damage Award; TiVo Will Be Paid $104 Million

TiVo (NSDQ: TIVO) has scored another legal victory in its battle against the Dish Network. The U.S. Supreme Court has denied Dish’s appeal on a $74 million penalty for violating the patent on TiVo’s Time Warp, AP reported. In January, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit agreed with a lower court that DVRs distributed by Dish, formerly known as EchoStar Communications (NSDQ: SATS), violated TiVo’s Time Warp feature, which covers devices that can record, store, play, rewind and fast forward live TV. That ruling overturned the lower court’s finding that Dish also infringed on the patent’s hardware elements. Two years ago, a Texas jury found that Dish had violated TiVo