Hilco’s Bell Semic Files Third Suit in Campaign over Assets Received from Broadcom

March 1, 2020

Bell Semiconductor, LLC (Bell Semic) has added an Eastern District of Texas case against TI (2:20-cv-00048) to the suits that it brought last November against Renesas Electronics in the Middle District of Florida and Integrated Device Technology (IDT) in the District of Delaware. The plaintiff, a member of the Hilco, Inc. (d/b/a Hilco Global) family of companies, targets the provision of various semiconductor devices (e.g., controllers, MCUs, processors, SOCs, transceivers, etc.) throughout this campaign, asserting against TI five patents new to the litigation as well as four already in suit. Bell Semic received all the assets from Broadcom in December 2017.

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