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SMT & Inspection | July 16, 2008

Rudolph wins summary judgement ruling against Camtek

Rudolph Technologies has announced a favorable ruling in its ongoing patent infringement dispute with Camtek, of Migdal Hamek, Israel.
In an 11-page decision issued yesterday, Judge Michael Davis of the US Federal District Court in Minneapolis, Minnesota, ruled in favor of Rudolph, denying Camtek's Motion for Summary Judgement and upholding the validity of the patent claims Rudolph asserted against Camtek. This lawsuit was initially brought in 2005 by August Technology prior to its merger with Rudolph.

Rudolph's suit against Camtek alleges that Camtek's line of Falcon semiconductor inspection systems infringe Rudolph's US patent No. 6,826,298. Rudolph is seeking monetary damages and an injunction barring sales of the Falcon line of inspection systems.

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