Three new trade secret complaints show China is still very much in the semiconductor industry's crosshairs 12 Dec 17
Micron, Applied Materials and Taiwanese chipmaker Nanya are among the plaintiffs alleging trade secret misappropriation in new suits filed over the last week in the US and Taiwan. All complaints allege China to be the ultimate destination for stolen information related to various semiconductor technologies. The cases suggest that it is not just the US where we can expect to see an increase in this type of IP enforcement.
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