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Amkor, Tessera continue bitter battle

2/18/2011 07:30 PM EST
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Kinnar
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Kinnar   2/20/2011 7:06:46 PM
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It seems that the research would have taken very less time then this battle...

resistion
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resistion   2/20/2011 4:01:42 AM
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So copper bump technology standardization is up in the air now?

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Robotics Developer   2/20/2011 3:41:38 AM
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This sounds like quite a tempest in a teapot! What is really going on here? Does Tessera not want to license any more? Or is this an attempt by Amkor to not meet its contractual agreement? It would seem simple enough: Were the payments made? Were the payments right (according to contract)? If so, then the license is valid, if not then the contract has been broken and damages should be awarded. After reading through the article is seems more like two kids fighting then companies. Am I missing something here?

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