Honeywell DRAM Litigation Dries Up

Law360 (May 25, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Honeywell International Inc. is steps away from resolving an antitrust case it filed against DRAM chip producers last year, after a judge dismissed without prejudice the claims of defendants Micron Technology Inc., Crucial Technologies Inc. and Hitachi Ltd.

Judge Phyllis J. Hamilton signed off on the dismissals on Friday. The only remaining defendant in the case now is Nanya Technology Corp.

Honeywell first took aim at DRAM suppliers in May of 2006, charging them with anti-competitive behavior for their involvement in a memory chip price-fixing scheme...
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