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Seagate, LSI Trump Qimonda In ITC Chip Patent Spat

Feb.01.2010 — Intellectual Property Law360

Earlier this year, the U.S. International Trade Commission determined that semiconductor integrated circuit chips imported by Seagate Technology LLC and Crowell & Moring client LSI Corp. do not infringe three Qimonda AG patents. The firm’s representation of LSI Corp. is featured in a Intellectual Property Law360 article highlighting the win. The ITC on January 28, 2010 decided to terminate its investigation with a finding of no violation, ending its review of a final initial determination by an administrative law judge that had found the companies did not violate Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930. Crowell & Moring’s team was led by Intellectual Property Group partner Kathryn L. Clune.

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