An appeals court has affirmed an International Trade Commission ruling saying that Elpida Memory Inc., Acer, Inc., and Smart Modular Technologies Inc. and several other technology companies did not infringe on Tessera Inc.’s patents for chip packaging.

Attorneys from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Menlo Park represented Acer Inc., Nanya Technology Corp. and Powerchip Technology Corporation.

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