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After chip company Realtek accused a rival of employing a patent assertion entity to file “meritless” claims, Sarah Speight finds both sides standing firm in the bitter dispute.
“Robber barons and their hired henchmen” securing “monopoly spoils” as part of a “secret bounty”. You could easily be forgiven for thinking this was taken from a film script.
But this is the language of a complaint filed this week by a major Taiwanese semiconductor firm to a rival, in a dispute that centres upon the issue of ‘patent trolling’.
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