June 26, 2013

Logic Devices Incorporated v. Apple, Inc

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Case Number:

3:13-cv-02943

Court:

California Northern

Nature of Suit:

Patent

Judge:

William Alsup

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Reflects complaints, answers, motions, orders and trial notes entered from Jan. 1, 2011.
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  1. December 04, 2014

    Apple Deserves Fees After Chipmaker's 'Huge Mistake': Judge

    A California federal judge ruled Thursday that Apple Inc. is entitled to attorneys' fees from chipmaker Logic Devices Inc. in its case accusing the tech titan of infringing a patent later ruled invalid for double-patenting, saying the case is exceptional because Logic Devices' suit was a “huge mistake.”

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