Toshiba Didn't Infringe Intellectual Ventures IP, Jury Says

By Kat Greene (January 30, 2017, 9:21 PM EST) -- A Delaware federal jury on Monday found that a patent Intellectual Ventures was asserting against Toshiba Corp. was invalid, and that Toshiba wasn't infringing two others in a case over memory chip technology that has lasted nearly four years.

The patent holder had accused Toshiba of infringing its patents for NAND flash memory, a high-capacity data storage chip, court records show. After several trips to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board trimmed some of the patents from the suit, the jury made decisions about three remaining, according to the verdict form.

After an eight-day trial that concluded Monday, the jury found...

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