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ITC complaint null and void

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The International Trade Commission (ITC) has now formally terminated its investigation into allegations that Hyundai had violated US law by importing alleged patent-busting memory into the country.

Rambus Inc, a company based in Mountain View, California, made the initial complaint.

The move follows Rambus' withdrawal of the complaint earlier this year, but now the judges have formally notified all the parties concerned by first class mail but if any of the parties for some reason or other have a problem with snail mail, have also posted their decision on this Web site.

The complaint could be revived, but if so, "judge shopping" will be studiously avoided. Personally, we're reluctant to lay a finger on bewigged Their Honours when we see them stacked up in Tesco supermarket.

Thanks to Rambus Site for alerting us to the docket. ®

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