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2006-08-11 FormFactor files new suits against SK's Phicom
FormFactor Inc. has filed a pair of new patent infringement lawsuits against South Korea's Phicom Corp. in a Seoul, South Korea court, the company said Aug. 9.
2010-03-10 Fairchild sues Power Integrations in China
Fairchild Semiconductor has sued Power Integrations Inc. for patent infringement in the People's Republic of China.
2012-12-27 EU Commission deems Samsung's pursuit of Apple abusive
The European Commission said that while injunctive relief is appropriate in some circumstances in a case where patents in question are standard-essential patents.
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.
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
2007-09-14 Court lifts ban on third-party imports of Qualcomm chips
Qualcomm scored a victory as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit granted a stay pending appeal that will allow third parties to import handsets into the United States originally banned by the ITC.
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.
2008-05-29 Court favors System General on Power Integrations suit
Fairchild Semiconductor announced today that a federal court in San Francisco has dismissed a patent infringement lawsuit by Power Integrations Inc. against Fairchild subsidiary System General Corp.
2011-08-11 Court bans Samsung's Galaxy Tab in EU
A district court in Germany has favored Apple and has temporarily barred Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in all countries of the European Union except The Netherlands, says reports.
2009-07-06 Chip ban ripple effect hits OEMs
Systems makers may be beginning to feel the bite of a limited exclusion order banning the import of chips from six companies found to infringe two packaging patents of Tessera Technologies Inc.
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
2007-07-06 Broadcom: 'Bush veto would affect global IP policy'
Broadcom has asked the White House not to repeal an ITC ruling banning Qualcomm chip imports to the U.S.
2007-03-23 Broadcom urges import ban on phones with Qualcomm chips
Broadcom Corp. argued for an import ban on certain cellphones utilizing its battery-saving technology, according to a Reuters report.
2007-11-27 Broadcom scores again in dispute with Qualcomm
A federal judge has maintained that Qualcomm infringed on three Broadcom patents related to video compression and technology that allows handsets to simultaneously access data and voice networks.
2006-11-06 Broadcom exec refutes Qualcomm announcement
According to Bill Blanning, vice president of corporate communications for Broadcom, Qualcomm's recent announcement is "misleading in several fundamental aspects."
2010-04-07 Avago sues ST over optical sensor IP
Avago alleges that certain STMicroelectronics products infringe four of Avago's patents covering optical navigation technology.
2007-12-06 Apple, AT&T face lawsuit over iPhone voice mail tech
A patent infringement lawsuit has been filed by Klausner Technologies against Apple and AT&T over the voice mail technology used by the iPhone.
2006-08-25 Apple to pay Singapore's Creative $100M for MP3 dispute
The bitter dispute between Apple Computer Inc. and Singapore's Creative Technology Ltd will cost the former some $100 million as part of a broad, out-of-court settlement over MP3 technology.
2011-04-21 Apple sues Samsung for iPhone, iPad imitation
Apple has accused Samsung of imitating the look and feel of its iPhones and iPads with its own smartphones and media tablet.
2008-09-02 Appellate court sustains favorable ruling to AnalogicTech
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has affirmed an ITC ruling that favors AnalogicTech in its case vs. Linear.
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.
2009-02-09 ADI slams lawsuit vs. Hittite
Analog Devices Inc. has filed a patent infringement lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts against Hittite Microwave Corp.
2007-05-15 Acer seeks suppliers' help in HP suit
Acer Inc. is asking its contract manufacturers to share responsibility in the patent suit filed by rival Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP), according to a report from Taipei Times
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.
2012-08-09 Samsung, Apple war touches icon confusion
Despite allegations that Samsung devices have icons that are somewhat similar to Apple's, a Samsung attorney said a majority of the icons used differ noticeably from each device.
2011-08-25 Osram takes legal action against Samsung, LG
Osram is claiming that LG and Samsung infringed its core patents and has filed multiple lawsuits against both companies in South Korea.
2009-01-19 ITC: SiRF infringed 6 GPS-related patents
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has affirmed an ITC administrative law judge's initial determination that SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. infringes three additional GPS-related patents held by Global Locate Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Broadcom Corp.
2009-05-29 Hynix to pay bond for infringing Rambus patents
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has ordered Hynix Semiconductor to secure the judgment amount of approximately $397 million through a combination of a bond and a lien on a Hynix property in South Korea for infringing Rambus Inc. patents.
2007-06-22 Actions, SigmaTel settle lawsuits, ink license pact
Actions Semiconductor announced it has settled all outstanding litigation worldwide against SigmaTel.
2014-04-10 Samsung must pay $2.1B, says Apple
Apple makes an argument for seeking over $2 billion in damages over an alleged wilful infringement by Samsung in the recent testimony of economist Christopher Vellturo
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