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December 24, 2007


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Reducing it to its essentials, Qualcomm and Broadcomm had litigated a patent point of great significance to both of them. Qualcomm alleged patent infringement and Broadcomm argued in its counterclaim that the patent was unenforceable through Qualcomm’ s inequitable behaviour and waiver. The waiver defence was predicated on Qualcomm’ s alleged participation in a standards- setting body called JVT– Joint Video Team. After judgment, it emerged that Qualcomm had failed to produce 46,000 documents which related...

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