Canadian Appeals Court Grants Cert. In DRAM Action

Law360, New York (November 12, 2009, 4:21 PM EST) -- A Canadian appeals court certified a class of direct and indirect dynamic random access memory purchasers Thursday, in a case accusing major manufacturers of the computer memory chips — including Infineon Technologies AG and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. — of improperly fixing prices on the products.

The Court of Appeal for British Columbia accepted the appeal from Pro-Sys Consultants Ltd. and certified the combined class based on its finding that enough common issues existed for the liability portion of the case to proceed on a class...
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