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Complaint for Patent Infringement
Civil Action No. 3:11-cv-03139-EDL, the Hon. Elizabeth D. Laporte presiding.
Filed on June 24, 2011 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California;

Defendants

LSI

Patents in case

  • 5,834,849: “High density integrated circuit pad structures” by Lane and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Fish & Neave Jackson; Robert R. Treyz; G. Victor. Includes 7 claims (2 indep.). Was application 08/600,339. Filed 2/13/1996 & Granted 11/10/1998.
  • 6,798,302: “Analog implementation of spread spectrum frequency modulation in a programmable phase locked loop (PLL) system” by Starr et. al. and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Morrison & Foerster LLP. Includes 31 claims (6 indep.). Was application 10/138,461. Filed 5/3/2002 & Granted 9/28/2004.
  • 5,822,553: “Multiple parallel digital data stream channel controller architecture” by Gifford et. al. and assigned to Diamond Multimedia Systems, Inc.. Prosecuted by Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy LLP. Includes 18 claims (5 indep.). Was application 08/614,729. Filed 3/13/1996 & Granted 10/13/1998.
  • 7,091,613: “Elongated bonding pad for wire bonding and sort probing” by Long et. al. and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. Includes 10 claims (2 indep.). Was application 10/699,118. Filed 10/31/2003 & Granted 8/15/2006.
  • 5,784,649: “Multi-threaded FIFO pool buffer and bus transfer control system” by Begur et. al. and assigned to Diamond MultiMedia Systems, Inc.. Prosecuted by Fliesler, Dubb, Meyer & Lovejoy, LLP. Includes 12 claims (3 indep.). Was application 08/614,659. Filed 3/13/1996 & Granted 7/21/1998.
  • 6,118,177: “Heatspreader for a flip chip device, and method for connecting the heatspreader” by Lischner et. al. and assigned to Lucent Technologies, Inc.. Prosecuted by Duane Morris & Hecksher, LLP Koffs; Steven E.. Includes 19 claims (7 indep.). Was application 09/193,832. Filed 11/17/1998 & Granted 9/12/2000.
  • 6,564,361: “Method and apparatus for timing driven resynthesis” by Zolotykh et. al. and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation. Prosecuted by Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp LLP. Includes 4 claims (2 indep.). Was application 09/677,475. Filed 10/2/2000 & Granted 5/13/2003.
  • 5,222,030: “Methodology for deriving executable low-level structural descriptions and valid physical implementations of circuits and systems.” by Dangelo et. al. and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation. Prosecuted by Linden; Gerald E. Rostoker; Michael D.. Includes 23 claims (5 indep.). Was application 07/507,201. Filed 4/6/1990 & Granted 6/22/1993.
  • 5,731,711: “Integrated circuit chip with adaptive input-output port” by Gabara and assigned to Lucent Technologies Inc.. Prosecuted by Rudnick; Robert E.. Includes 10 claims (1 indep.). Was application 08/672,494. Filed 6/26/1996 & Granted 3/24/1998.
  • 5,801,958: “Method and system for creating and validating low level description of electronic design from higher.” by Dangelo et. al. and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation. Prosecuted by Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly LLP. Includes 40 claims (5 indep.). Was application 08/707,918. Filed 9/10/1996 & Granted 9/1/1998.
  • 6,856,180: “Programmable loop bandwidth in phase locked loop (PLL) circuit” by Starr et. al. and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Morrison & Foerster LLP. Includes 46 claims (3 indep.). Was application 10/138,595. Filed 5/3/2002 & Granted 2/15/2005.
  • 5,752,032: “Adaptive device driver using controller hardware sub-element identifier” by Keller et. al. and assigned to Diamond Multimedia Systems, Inc.. Prosecuted by Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy. Includes 10 claims (3 indep.). Was application 08/560,801. Filed 11/21/1995 & Granted 5/12/1998.
  • 6,157,215: “Method and apparatus for controlling impedance” by Gabara et. al. and assigned to Lucent Technologies, Inc.. Prosecuted by Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky LLP. Includes 37 claims (5 indep.). Was application 09/106,284. Filed 6/29/1998 & Granted 12/5/2000.
  • 6,985,021: “Circuits and techniques for conditioning differential signals” by Zaliznyak et. al. and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Fish & Neave IP Group of Ropes & Gray LLP Van Court; Andrew. Includes 33 claims (3 indep.). Was application 10/652,521. Filed 8/29/2003 & Granted 1/10/2006.
  • 6,342,794: “Interface for low-voltage semiconductor devices” by Turner et. al. and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP. Includes 35 claims (5 indep.). Was application 09/621,939. Filed 7/24/2000 & Granted 1/29/2002.
  • 6,859,064: “Techniques for reducing leakage current in on-chip impedance termination circuits” by Maangat and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP Cahill; Steven J.. Includes 21 claims (3 indep.). Was application 10/645,788. Filed 8/20/2003 & Granted 2/22/2005.
  • 7,227,918: “Clock data recovery circuitry associated with programmable logic device circuitry” by Aung et. al. and assigned to Altera Corporation. Prosecuted by Fish & Neave IP Group Ropes & Gray LLP Jackson; Robert R. Chasan; Michael J.. Includes 138 claims (9 indep.). Was application 09/805,843. Filed 3/13/2001 & Granted 6/5/2007.
  • 6,640,333: “Architecture for a sea of platforms” by Hamlin and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation. Prosecuted by Suiter West PC LLO. Includes 6 claims (6 indep.). Was application 10/044,781. Filed 1/10/2002 & Granted 10/28/2003.
  • 5,526,277: “ECAD system for deriving executable low-level structural descriptions and valid physical implementations of circuits and.” by Dangelo et. al. and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation. Prosecuted by Poms, Smith, Lande & Rose. Includes 24 claims (6 indep.). Was application 08/355,105. Filed 12/13/1994 & Granted 6/11/1996.
  • 5,952,726: “Flip chip bump distribution on die” by Liang and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation.. Includes 41 claims (9 indep.). Was application 08/747,325. Filed 11/12/1996 & Granted 9/14/1999.
  • 6,028,467: “Differential output circuit” by Burrows et. al. and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation.. Includes 10 claims (4 indep.). Was application 08/965,128. Filed 11/6/1997 & Granted 2/22/2000.
  • 6,459,313: “IO power management: synchronously regulated output skew” by Godbee et. al. and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation. Prosecuted by Carstens, Yee & Cahoon LLP. Includes 20 claims (8 indep.). Was application 09/157,214. Filed 9/18/1998 & Granted 10/1/2002.
  • 6,313,683: “Method of providing clock signals to load circuits in an ASIC device” by Block et. al. and assigned to LSI Logic Corporation. Prosecuted by Westman Champlin & Kelly PA. Includes 21 claims (4 indep.). Was application 09/301,278. Filed 4/28/1999 & Granted 11/6/2001.

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