Judge Trims NY's Antitrust Suit Against Intel

Law360, New York (December 7, 2011, 8:15 PM EST) -- A Delaware federal judge on Wednesday narrowed the state of New York’s antitrust suit accusing Intel Corp. of maintaining a monopoly on the market for certain microprocessors, finding that New York state-law claims were limited to a three-year recovery period and nixing a treble damages claim.

In addition to granting Intel's motion for summary judgment on statute of limitations grounds, the court granted two motions to dismiss that targeted a bid for treble damages under New York's Donnelly Act and the state's claims on behalf of...
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