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The computer chip designer Rambus Inc. has long been haunted by its decision to shred hundreds of boxes of documents not long before it launched a litigation campaign against a big swath of the semiconductor industry. The latest blow came on Friday, when the judge most sympathetic to Rambus over the years ruled that the company willfully destroyed documents in anticipation of litigation and indicated that he would reduce a $397 million judgment that Rambus won against rival SK Hynix Inc. in 2009.

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