Arm sues Qualcomm over $1.4bn Nuvia acquisition

The UK chip maker has filed a lawsuit for 'breach of licensing agreements and trademark infringement'

Kelsey Rees
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Arm sues Qualcomm over $1.4bn Nuvia acquisition

British semiconductor company Arm is suing Qualcomm and Nuvia for breach of licence agreements and trademark infringement. The lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware seeks specific performance of the contractual obligation to destroy certain Nuvia designs, an injunction against trademark infringement as well as fair compensation for the trademark infringement. Qualcomm Incorporated completed its acquisition of CPU and technology design company Nuv...

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