California Jumps In DRAM Suit To Help Plaintiffs

Law360, New York (July 6, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The State of California stepped into the Dynamic Random Access Memory antitrust case on Thursday, lending a hand to the indirect purchasers of DRAM chips by supporting their request to file a second amended complaint.

The plaintiffs, who had just filed their first amended complaint at the end of June, are gearing up to get permission for a second amended complaint which would “make additional allegations addressing the concerns the judge had about our standing in the case,” said Craig Corbitt of Zelle Hofman Voelbel Mason...
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