Delaware VLSI v. Intel Docket Sees Multiple Notices Concerning West Texas Developments but No New Corporate Disclosures

  • June 19, 2022
  • Category: In Case You Missed It, TPLF
    Market Sector: Semiconductors
    Tag: TPLF

As previously reported in some detail, VLSI Technology LLC and Intel have been engaged in a multi-front litigation battle, a central skirmish of which involves a license defense that Intel has raised or sought to raise in federal courts in California, Delaware, and Texas. Earlier this spring, Western District of Texas Judge Alan D. Albright made public a denial of Intel’s motion to amend in the first case filed there, subsequently entering judgment in VLSI’s favor. Those events have prompted VLSI Technology to urge Delaware’s District Judge Colm F. Connolly to apply res judicata to the license defense in the case before him, where trial looms and where VLSI has yet to file corporate and third-party funding disclosures that comply with Judge Connolly’s new standing orders.

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