Nanya Infringed Elpida's DRAM Patents, ITC Judge Finds

Law360, New York (April 03, 2013, 5:31 PM ET) -- A U.S. International Trade Commission judge has found that Nanya Technology Corp. infringed several of bankrupt Elpida Memory Inc.'s dynamic random access memory patents by importing semiconductor chips with DRAM circuits and modules.

Administrative Law Judge E. James Gildea found in an initial determination March 26 that Taiwan-based Nanya and its U.S. unit violated Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 by infringing various claims of U.S. Patent Numbers 6,150,689; 6,635,918; 7,713,828; 7,495,453; and 7,906,809.

The judge further held that “a domestic industry exists that...
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