Taiwan Union Hit With $11.5M Verdict In Chip Patent Case

Law360, New York (September 22, 2015, 3:12 PM EDT) -- An Arizona federal jury has found that Taiwan Union Technology Corp. infringed two patents owned by Isola USA Corp. for resins used to make circuit boards and awarded Isola $11.5 million in damages.

Following closing arguments Friday in a trial that began on Sept. 8, the jury in Phoenix deliberated for about two hours before returning its verdict, which also found that the infringement of one of the patents was willful and rejected Taiwan Union's arguments that both patents are invalid.

Both Isola, based in Chandler, Arizona, and Taiwan Union, based in Taiwan, are in the business of making components of...

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