Nanya Can End DRAM IP Case Against Elpida, ITC Judge Says

Law360, New York (November 14, 2012, 6:52 PM EST) -- A U.S. International Trade Commission judge said Wednesday that Nanya Technology Corp. could terminate its investigation into insolvent Elpida Memory Inc. over four dynamic random access memory patents, citing Micron Technology Inc.'s proposed acquisition of Elpida.

Administrative Law Judge Robert K. Rogers Jr. granted the request by Nanya Technology Corp., which had argued that the Elpida investigation, still in the prehearing phase, should be terminated because Micron, which plans to acquire Tokyo-based Elpida after creditors greenlight the acquisition that a Japanese bankruptcy court approved, has a...
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