Intergraph has asked the judge in its court case against Intel to award it a summary judgement without a trial because it believes it can prove the chip company never had a licence to use Intergraph's patents.
The patents on Intergraphs Clipper microprocessor are one part of an overall court battle being fought out between the two companies. Intel has already filed a similar motion.
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