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Qualcomm hit with contempt ruling

Eileen McDermott, Boston

A US judge has found Qualcomm in contempt of certain aspects of a December 2007 injunction ruling barring the telecommunications company from continued use of chips found to infringe three Broadcom patents

Judge James Selna of the US District Court for the Central District of California ruled on August 28 that Qualcomm had violated the injunction order by continuing to “use and support” infringing WCDMA chips and had also failed to pay...

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