Google Inc. v. Netlist, Inc.

Filing 158

EXHIBITS B, C, E, L, Q, BB, C in Support re 157 Document E-Filed Under Seal to the Declaration of Scott T. Weingaertner filed by Google Inc.. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit C, # 2 Exhibit E, # 3 Exhibit L, # 4 Exhibit Q, # 5 Exhibit BB, # 6 Exhibit CC)(Related document(s) 157 ) (Ezgar, Geoffrey) (Filed on 6/30/2010) Modified on 7/1/2010 (jlm, COURT STAFF).

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Google Inc. v. Netlist, Inc. Doc. 158 JEDEC PATENT POLICY The JEDEC Patent Policy can be found in the following sections of JEDEC Manual 21L: the "Notice" page, Sections 5.1, 8, 8.2, and 8.3, and Annexes A and B. All participants in JEDEC formulating committees are expected to familiarize themselves with the Patent Policy and comply with it. Among other things, the Patent Policy requires the early disclosure of known patents and patent applications that are or may be relevant to the work of the formulating committee. This duty extends to the patent owner and any other participant on the formulating committee with knowledge of the patent or patent application. Questions of patent policy interpretation should be addressed to the JEDEC legal department. Failure to disclose relevant patents or pending patents could result in the loss of those patent rights. ( ee Federal Trade Commission v. Dell Computer Corp., S FTC File No. 931 0097). Posted: June 20, 2003

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