Following Fridays's decision, the Apple-Samsung jury returned to court Monday, fixed an error in its verdict form and decided to not award Apple any additional damages, besides the $119.5 million.
The trial is now over and Samsung must pay Apple $119.5 million in damages, which is far less than the $2.2 billion it had been seeking.
Both sides are expected to appeal parts of this latest verdict.
The jury issued an initial verdict on Friday, finding Samsung had infringed two of the patents Apple sued over, and awarding damages for a third patent that Samsung had already been found to infringe. Samsung was also awarded $158,400 for Apple’s infringement of one Samsung patent.
But it quickly emerged Friday that the jury had made an error on the verdict form, by allocating no damages for a Samsung product that was found to have infringed an Apple patent.
The jury returned to the District Court in San Jose, California, on Monday to correct an error on the verdict form.
That was the second major patent trial between the two smartphone makers in California. In a previous trial, two juries in the same court awarded Apple a total of $929 million in damages.