Delaware Jury Finds Non-Infringement for Toshiba in IV Memory Patent Suit

  • February 2, 2017
  • Consumer Electronics and PCs, Patent Litigation Feature, Semiconductors

A Delaware jury has issued a verdict of non-infringement for Toshiba (1:13-cv-00453) in a lawsuit brought by Intellectual Ventures LLC (IV). On January 30, the jury found that certain Toshiba NAND flash products do not infringe two patents (5,500,819; 5,568,431) generally related to memory architecture. The jury also concluded that Toshiba had successfully shown that a third IV memory patent (5,701,270) is invalid as anticipated by prior art.


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