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(Reuters) – Japanese electronics maker Panasonic accused chipmaker Broadcom Corp of violating its legal rights in numerous laptop-know-how patents in Texas federal court docket Thursday.
Panasonic Holdings Corp told the courtroom that Broadcom turned down its offers to focus on a license to its patent portfolio, which it said included a “broad array” of Broadcom products and solutions.
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Broadcom, Panasonic, and Panasonic’s attorneys did not promptly react to requests for comment.
Panasonic questioned the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas for an unspecified amount of money of income damages and a court order permanently blocking Broadcom from violating its patent legal rights.
The lawsuits also stated Broadcom infringed the patents willfully, noting that Broadcom had cited some of them in its possess patent programs.
Broadcom formerly sued Panasonic, Toyota and some others in an additional Texas court docket over Toyota infotainment devices it said violate its patents. The company missing its bid for an import ban at the U.S. Global Trade Fee centered on the allegations, and the events agreed to dismiss the Texas scenario in Could.
The conditions are Panasonic Holdings Corp v. Broadcom Corp, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, Nos. 6:22-cv-00755 and 6:22-cv-00756.
For Panasonic: John Guaragna, Matthew Satchwell, Brian Erickson and Jake Zolotorev of DLA Piper
For Broadcom: not available
Examine far more:
U.S. appeals court rejects Broadcom’s bid for Toyota, Renesas import ban
Broadcom lawsuits accuse Toyota of infringing infotainment method patents
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