Judge Denies California's Bid To Enter DRAM Case

Law360, New York (July 10, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A federal court on Monday rejected the arguments of the California Attorney General, denying the state's request for amicus brief status in the ongoing antitrust multi district litigation over possible collusion in the Dynamic Random Access Memory chip market.

The State of California had stepped in last week in order to lend a hand to the indirect purchasers of DRAM chips by supporting their request to file a second amended complaint.

On June 1, Judge Phyllis Hamilton vastly reined in the reach of claims by indirect...
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