Last year, the standard setting world took comfort when the FTC opened an investigation against Rambus relating to its conduct in the JEDEC standard setting process. The government also issued a warning to all not to “game” the standard setting process. Now, the court that handles all patent case appeals has overturned a lower court’s finding of fraud on the part of Rambus – because it found the JEDEC policy to be too vague. Now what happens?
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