Intel Can't Boot Former Counsel From FTC Case

Law360, New York (February 1, 2010, 7:13 PM EST) -- J. Thomas Rosch, a commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission who was once Intel Corp.'s outside antitrust counsel, will continue to participate in the FTC's suit against the chip maker, over Intel's objections.

The FTC denied a motion by Intel to have Rosch disqualified from the case Dec. 18, ruling that Rosch's work with Intel nearly two decades ago has no bearing on the present matter. Rosch has been an FTC commissioner since 2006.

The FTC's order denying the motion was posted to the commission's Web...
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