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2007-08-02 3M, Sony settle battery patent row
3M has dropped its battery patent lawsuit against Sony after the Tokyo-based electronics maker agreed to license 3M-developed materials for cathodes in batteries
2008-03-14 Guitar Hero' maker denies patent violation charges
Activision has requested a U.S. federal court to declare that its 'Guitar Hero' game does not violate a patent held by Gibson Guitar, according to an Associated Press report
2011-06-07 Siemens' Osram files suit against LG, Samsung
Osram has filed a patent infringement cases against Samsung and LG in the United States, as well as LG in Japan and China
2014-01-16 ON Semi files infringement suit against CMOSIS
ON Semiconductor has sued CMOSIS, alleging infringement of four image sensor patents that it gained title to when it acquired Cypress Semiconductor in February 2011.
2007-04-11 Multitier LED indicator assemblies suit SMT apps
Bivar has introduced a multitier LED indicator assembly, considered the first of its type for surface-mount applications.
2007-07-06 Microchip slaps piracy suit on China's Haier
Microchip Technology has taken Shanghai Haier to court over patent infringement allegations, AP reported
2012-11-07 Judge dismisses Apple's license suit against Motorola
A U.S. federal judge sacked a lawsuit filed by Apple alleging that Motorola charges unfairly high licensing fees for wireless standards.
2005-12-22 Japanese makers turn tables in Patriot Scientific suit
High-tech IP company Patriot Scientific Corp. has been named a defendant in five declaratory judgment lawsuits filed in the Federal District Court in Oakland, Calif., by a group of 20 Japanese electronics manufacturers.
2008-07-07 InterDigital, Nokia settle patent cases in English Court
InterDigital Inc. announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, InterDigital Technology Corp., and Nokia Corp. have agreed to end two legal actions in the English Courts.
2009-10-12 GPS antennas suit M2M telematics apps
Taoglas' SMT GPS antennas are guaranteed to pass final device product certification for reflow solder profile tests, device environmental tests and mechanical testing for M2M telematics devices.
2002-05-16 FTC stops short of confirming Rambus antitrust suit
A government antitrust investigation of Rambus Inc.'s involvement in a memory standards group is continuing, a Federal Trade Commission spokesman said May 14.
2008-02-20 BlackBerry maker sues Motorola for patent infringement
RIM has filed an infringement suit against Motorola over several patents used for RIM's BlackBerry e-mail devices and Motorola's Razr smart phones
2008-05-28 Tessera, IPSG reach DRAM ITC Action settlement
Tessera Technologies has reached a settlement with International Products Sourcing Group , a respondent in the ITC action brought by Tessera against certain DRAM manufacturers.
2007-05-29 Ruling on Broadcom's petition vs. Qualcomm delayed
The U.S. International Trade Commission announced that it needs 13 more days to consider the petition filed by Broadcom Corp. to block handsets using certain Qualcomm chips.
2010-01-08 Nokia sues Apple over phone tech patents
At issue are seven patents for user interface, camera, antenna and power management technologies.
2007-05-31 Jury concludes Qualcomm infringed Broadcom patents
A federal jury ruled on Tuesday (May 29) that Qualcomm Inc.'s baseband chips and software violated three patents of Broadcom Corp.
2008-12-23 ITC to start probe on Spansion complaint
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has agreed to investigate a complaint by Spansion Inc. against some flash memory chips made by South Korean giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
2007-06-11 ITC enforces ban on some phones with Qualcomm chips
The U.S. trade agency has imposed a partial ban on shipments of mobile phones that contain Qualcomm chips, an order that will have an impact on major wireless carriers.
2009-02-10 Court halts Rambus case vs. memory makers
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California stayed the coordinated cases involving memory manufacturers Hynix, Micron, Nanya and Samsung, in view of a recent ruling from the Delaware District Court.
2007-06-13 Bush veto sought in Qualcomm mobile ban
Qualcomm will seek a presidential veto on the U.S. federal trade agency's importation ban on some of its patent-infringing 3G chips
2007-05-24 AnalogicTech did not infringe Linear patents, court rules
Power management IC developer AnalogicTech announced that the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled in its favor in a patent infringement case initiated by Linear Technology
2012-09-27 US Judge rules that Rambus shredded evidence
Rambus destruction of records will limit the royalties that it can collect off its patents in the SK Hynix suit
2007-08-08 U.S. judge overrules verdict on Microsoft-Alcatel case
A U.S. judge has overturned a jury verdict ordering Microsoft to pay Alcatel-Lucent $1.5 billion for infringing on the latter's patents.
2003-01-02 Time to gag the lawyers
Richard Goering discusses the never-ending EDA lawsuits of companies over old technology and how it has hindered the development of anything new in the industry.
2010-10-06 Tessera sues Sony, Renesas over stacked ICs
According to Tessera, the license agreements of the two companies have expired yet they continue to sell products using the technology.
2006-10-17 Synopsys serves subpoena to Mentor over PTO request
Synopsys has served Mentor Graphics a subpoena demanding certain documents related to Mentor's request for reexamination of two Magma Design patents by the U.S. PTO.
2006-09-15 SMIC countersues TSMC
Chinese silicon foundry provider SMIC on Sept. 12 said it has filed a counterclaim against rival TSMC.
2008-08-11 SiRF asks for reexamination of Broadcom patents
SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. has completed filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office respective Requests for Ex-Parte Reexamination of each of the four patents that Broadcom recently asserted against SiRF
2006-12-27 Silicon Image, Genesis settle licensing agreement
Silicon Image announced it has signed a settlement and license agreement with Genesis Microchip Inc.
2011-07-01 Samsung takes Apple battle to the ITC
As a result of a series of patent infringement litigation between Samsung and Apple, a complaint has been filed by the former to ITC
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