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Intel files suit against Hadron

Trademark court case, again

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The Intel Corporation has filed a trademark case against Hadron Inc, a firm which provides information management and technical services to US federal agencies and commercial businesses.

The case, docket number 5:00cv20811, was filed in the San Jose District Court on the 31st of July, and relates to alleged trademark infringement (statute 15:1114).

Magistrate Judge Edward A. Infante has been assigned to the case, but no details are available as how Hadron has allegedly infringed Intel's trademarks.

For a moment, we thought Hadron was maybe some new processor that Intel had up its corporate sleeves, but a quick glance at this URL does not seem to list this as a processor name.

It could be anything. Let's hope Hadron Inc hasn't been putting anything into the familiar Intel loop, which has also been trademarked by the chip giant. ®

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