Rambus Wins Partial Stay In Royalties Case

Law360, New York (March 19, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- In a respite for memory chip designer Rambus Inc., the Federal Trade Commission has stayed portions of an order that capped royalty rates in a case that accused the company of exploiting a monopoly on computer technology.

The stay is effective upon Rambus' filing of a timely petition for review in a court of appeals. Rambus plans to appeal both the FTC's liability and remedy orders in their entirety, the company said.

In its order, the FTC clarified that its remedy is intended to be “forward-looking,”...
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