Micron Tech Says Rivals Conspired To Steal Talent, Secrets

Law360, Los Angeles (December 5, 2017, 8:24 PM EST) -- Micron Technology Inc. accused two companies in Taiwan and China of recruiting its employees and stealing valuable information about Micron’s dynamic random access memory integrated circuits in an attempt to become viable rivals to the California company, according to a suit filed Tuesday.

Micron alleged that United Microelectronics Corp., Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co., Ltd., and a handful of former engineers and employees ripped off its DRAM technology in an attempt to skip the research and development stage of their businesses so they could cut directly into the more than $50 billion DRAM market worldwide, according to the company’s trade secrets...

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