For lawyers on both sides of the infamous trade secrets case brought by Jasmine Networks Inc. against Marvell Semiconductor Inc., which might actually reach a jury this week, plenty is at stake.

The case has already featured nine years of trench warfare, including two trips to California’s 6th District Court of Appeal, one over an eleventh-hour dismissal that was later reversed.

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