IP Bridge has reportedly settled its patent dispute with Broadcom, the first result from the Japanese fund’s four known assertion campaigns in US courts. The Singapore-based chipmaker’s agreement to pay a licence fee also brings to an end a parallel litigation in China, according to Japanese media reports. That makes IP Bridge, which was set up with public and private sector backing in 2013, the latest non-practising entity to have been known to assert patents in China.

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