Rambus Asks Court To Reject Micron's Counterclaims

Law360, New York (October 17, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Rambus Inc. on Wednesday argued in federal court that it was entitled to summary judgment on its rival chip maker Micron's counterclaim in an ongoing patent suit over a slew of memory process patents.

The counterclaims accuse Rambus of withholding information from the Joint Electron Device Engineering Council, a private standard-setting organization in the computer chip industry, so that other companies would end up infringing on Rambus' patents.

JEDEC required that all members participate in good faith, and that members reveal the existence of any patents...
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