Lexar Vows To Continue Fight Against Toshiba In Patent, Trade-Secret Case

Law360, New York (July 12, 2005, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Lexar Media could pursue customers who use Toshiba's Flash memory cards, despite losing an injunction motion against the Japanese electronics maker earlier this week, the memory-card maker’s legal counsel suggested.

On Monday, Santa Clara County Judge Jack Komar rejected Lexar’s motion to bar the Japanese electronics maker from selling products that use flash memory chips.

The move came two months after Lexar won a $465.4 million verdict in the case, the fourth largest jury verdict so far this year, by persuading the jury that Toshiba stole...
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