Fry's Loses Subpoena Fight In Intel Antitrust Case

Law360 (May 24, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The special master appointed to oversee discovery in the antitrust class action against Intel has sided with consumers, finding a retail computer chain’s objections to a subpoena for confidential material "unpersuasive."

Plaintiffs in the action against the microprocessor giant had called on the court-appointed official to compel Fry’s Electronics Inc. to produce financial documents ordered under the subpoena.

But the company argued that the Delaware federal court—the venue to which a judicial panel had transferred the multidistrict litigation for consolidation—had no jurisdiction to enforce the subpoena....
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