DRAM Plaintiffs Want Class Certified, Docs Sealed

Law360, New York (July 11, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Indirect purchasers of Dynamic Random Access Memory asked the northern California district court Tuesday for class certification and a document seal in their ongoing antitrust litigation over the memory chip manufacturers' pricing.

As part of their motion for class certification, the plaintiffs want a hearing on the matter on December 5.

They are prepared to support their bid for class status with additional documents as well. In a separate motion, the plaintiffs asked that they be allowed to file three declarations in support of class certification—those...
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