State Attorneys-General Target DRAM Makers

Law360, New York (July 13, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Even after guilty pleas, million dollar settlements, and an investigation that has lasted for years, the makers of dynamic random access memory chips just can't seem to stay out of legal trouble.

Thirty-four attorney generals plan to file lawsuits against seven manufacturers which allegedly violated antitrust laws by conspiring to fix prices for DRAM chips, said California Attorney General Bill Lockyer.

"Price-fixing strikes at the heart of free competition and fair play, which underpin our economic system and protect the interests of businesses and consumers alike,”...
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