Nvidia’s past is coming back to haunt it.

The Santa Clara, Calif., graphics chip company was already dealing with government probes into stock-option backdating and possible antitrust activities, as well as a former in-house counsel alleging age discrimination. Now it’s gearing for trial in a dispute over the value of a former rival’s assets, which the company bought in 2001.

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