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2007-09-28 U.S. court orders TSMC to pay UniRAM $30.5M
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has awarded UniRAM Technology $30.5 million in a decision asserting that TSMC had misused UniRAM's trade secrets.
2008-04-08 U.S. Senate to take on patent reform bill issues
The U.S. Senate is expected to debate on the controversial patent reform bill following a court decision that struck down new rules the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office proposed to cope with a flood of patent applications.
2007-09-19 U.S. patent system overhaul stirs uncertainty
The patent reform bill passed by the U.S. Congress last week was met by varied and complex dissenting opinions, hinting at the uncertain future of the U.S. patent system
2006-10-25 Qualcomm patent suit for reconsideration at US court
A federal appeals court has ordered a lower court to reconsider a decision earlier this year that denied Nokia's request to stay a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Qualcomm
2008-11-27 FTC asks Supreme Court to review Rambus antitrust case
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision and restore the FTC's original finding of anticompetitive behavior against memory technology vendor Rambus Inc.
2008-06-30 FormFactor patents invalid, SK Supreme Court rules
The Korea Supreme Court issued an oral ruling finding that 12 claims of FormFactor's Korean Patent No.252457 are invalid, and remanding the case back to the Korean Patent Court for further proceedings consistent with the ruling
2006-06-20 Form Factor patent upheld by Korean Court
Wafer probe supplier FormFactor Inc. announced that the Korean Patent Court issued an oral ruling upholding the validity of the company's Korean Patent No. 252,457
2008-12-04 Court: Qualcomm abused standards-setting process
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a decision by a federal judge in San Diego that Qualcomm violated its duty to disclose its patents to a standards body.
2008-04-24 Court throws out FTC's orders in Rambus suit
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit has overturned the FTC's decisions regarding memory manufacturer Rambus Inc., and sent back the matter to FTC for further proceedings consistent with Court's opinion
2008-04-22 Court junks FormFactor's patent complaint
The Seoul (Korea) Southern District Court issued an oral ruling dismissing wafer probe card supplier FormFactor Inc.'s complaint alleging Phicom's infringement of seven claims of FormFactor's Korean patent no.252457, and four claims of FormFactor's Korean patent no. 324064
2007-09-06 Court grants green light to Qualcomm antitrust case
Broadcom scored another round as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has reversed a lower court decision on its antitrust claims against Qualcomm, allowing the case to go forward.
2014-06-20 Court dismisses software patent as abstract idea
The unanimous ruling in Alice Corp. v CLS Bank renders software patents ineligible as abstract ideasa decision following a precedent set by earlier cases and that may impact the tech industry later
2006-02-27 Court denies Rambus' bid to prove chip makers colluded
A San Francisco court decision last week refused Rambus Inc.'s motion to release possible evidence that a number of chip makers conspired against the company by fixing prices and engaging in other anti-competitive practices
2015-03-17 Court cancels SynQor's power converter patent claims
Vicor uncovered evidence that the founder of SynQor had directed research sponsored by the General Electric Company in bus converter technology pioneered by Robert L. Steigerwald at GE.
2014-04-29 Appellate court ruling may weaken Apple's claim vs Samsung
One of the patents-in-suit, named "quick links," revived an appellate court's decision in a separate infringement case against Motorola. Judge Lucy Koh presented the decision to the jury on Monday, reopening the case for two hours of additional expert witness testimony
2008-07-29 Appellate Court affirms Motorola case over patent breach
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has affirmed a district court order granting summary judgment in favor of Motorola and its customers on infringement claims asserted in a patent case
2009-02-26 U.S. Court denies injunction barring Hynix
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California denied Rambus' request for an injunction barring Hynix Semiconductor Inc. from selling its DRAM products in the United States
2008-03-05 U.K. court junks Qualcomm's 2G patent suit vs. Nokia
The U.K. High Court has ruled that Nokia's GSM/GPRS/EDGE handsets did not infringe Qualcomm's power saving and power control patents
2005-12-20 Tokyo court orders release of evidence in AMD suit
In a possible turn of events in the suit by AMD against Intel, the Tokyo District Court said it would require the Fair Trade Commission of Japan to release evidence obtained during its investigation of Intel K.K
2012-10-04 Samsung Galaxy Tab back in U.S. stores
A U.S. federal court has lifted the sales ban on Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 more than a month after patent suit resolution
2009-02-24 Qimonda U.S. files for bankruptcy, too
Qimonda AG couldn't seem to find a break as the troubled DRAM maker's U.S. subsidiary has now filed for bankruptcy
2006-05-19 Power Integrations gets favorable ITC decision against SG
Power Integrations announced that it has won a favorable decision in its patent-infringement case against System General, filed last year with the U.S. ITC
2011-09-21 Navigating through the changes in the new U.S. patent law
Knowing how the changes of the new U.S. patent law will affect IP strategies and practices will help inventors and patentees navigate the patent law shifts
2012-08-15 iPad asserts tablet market dominance amid court battle
IHS iSuppli named Apple's iPad as the leading tablet device in the market today with 70 percent share.
2007-09-11 Hot patent reform bill gets through U.S. Congress
The U.S. Congress last week passed HR1908, the sweeping and controversial patent reform bill that aims to raise the quality of patents and reduce patent litigation and abuse
2009-01-13 Court: Rambus intentionally destroyed evidence
The U.S. District Court of Delaware has found that patents Rambus Inc. had asserted against Micron Technology Inc. are unenforceable, according to Micron. The Delaware Court found that "the spoliation conduct was extensive, including within its scope the destruction of innumerable documents relating to all aspects of Rambus' business
2014-03-06 Court rules Fairchild infringed Power Integrations patents
In a patent lawsuit that was brought by Power Integrations, Fairchild Semiconductor was found guilty of breaching two power supply IC patents.
2006-04-19 Court nears verdict in Rambus vs. Hynix case
A decision in the long and bitter patent lawsuit by Rambus Inc. against Hynix Semiconductor Inc. is expected to be rendered as early as next week
2006-11-03 Court forbids Broadcom from revealing Qualcomm WCDMA trade secrets
Qualcomm reported that a federal court has enjoined Broadcom from any further solicitation, use or dissemination of Qualcomm's confidential WCDMA trade secrets, including source code
2006-11-27 Court affirms status of O2Micro lawsuit
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued a decision affirming a prior grant of summary judgment that O2Micro International Ltd does not infringe U.S. patent number 6,259,615 by Monolithic Power Systems Inc.
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