A former Intel employee has lost his appeal case against the chip manufacturer, in which he claimed the company had 'injured his psyche' during his time of employment there.
Last year, the Workers' Compensation Board in California found that Hamidi had suffered 'an industrial injury to his psyche', resulting in temporary disability.
But the Board of Appeals has thrown out the case and found in favour of the chipmaker.
During proceedings, Intel claimed that Hamidi had engaged in 'a pattern of deliberate misrepresentation and fraudulent efforts'.
Hamidi runs an organisation called Face Intel, which co-ordinates legal actions against the chip giant.
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