Nintendo Settles $7M Memory Chip Row With Verdict Pending

Law360, Los Angeles (March 20, 2014, 4:39 PM EDT) -- Nintendo of America Inc. and Creative Integrative Systems Inc. on Wednesday agreed to settle with undisclosed terms Creative's $7 million suit alleging Nintendo ripped off its design for read-only memory chips for years, cutting short the 11-day trial before a Tuesday jury verdict could be read.

After the California federal jury reached their verdict on Tuesday afternoon, U.S. District Judge Percy Anderson sent it back due to inconsistencies and said the matter would be resolved early Wednesday. In the morning, however, the court was cleared as...
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