The University of Wisconsin’s patent licensing arm has tapped powerhouse patent litigator Morgan Chu to pick what could be a major fight with Apple Inc.

In a lawsuit filed on Friday, the Irell & Manella partner alleges that Apple is infringing the university’s patented technology in the processor that powers some of the company’s newest blockbuster devices: the iPhone 5S, iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina Display.

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