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On Remand, Court Finds Rambus’ Spoliation was in Bad Faith and Resulted in Prejudice, Holds Patents-in-suit Unenforceable Against Micron

On Remand, Court Finds Rambus’ Spoliation was in Bad Faith and Resulted in Prejudice, Holds Patents-in-suit Unenforceable Against Micron

Micron Tech., Inc. v. Rambus, Inc., No. 00-792-SLR (D. Del. Jan. 2, 2013)

Following remand from the Federal Circuit, the District Court considered the question of “whether Rambus acted in bad faith when it engaged in spoliation and the nature and extent of any prejudice suffered by Micron as a result . . . .” and found that “Rambus’ spoliation was done in bad faith, that the spoliation prejudiced Micron, and that the appropriate sanction [was] to declare the patents-in-suit unenforceable against Micron.”

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