IceMOS Tech. Corp. v. Omron Corp.

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November 15, 2019
3674 Semiconductors and Related Devices
334413 Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing
economic damages & lost profits
breach of contract, daubert, expert testimony, admissibility, economic damages & lost profits, lost business value, expert qualifications, relevance

IceMOS Tech. Corp. v. Omron Corp.
2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 198181
Federal Court
United States District Court
Walter Bratic, Uzi Sasson, Greg Mischou (plaintiff); unknown (defendant)


In contract dispute, court denies defendant’s Daubert motions, finding plaintiff’s experts are qualified based on extensive experience in relevant industry; experts could provide testimony relevant to surviving lost development support costs claim and their testimony is not unreliable as of now.
IceMOS Tech. Corp. v. Omron Corp2
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