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Judge Kicks Multiple Claims In DRAM Antitrust Case

Law360 (September 4, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A federal judge dismissed most—but not all—of the claims brought by state attorneys general against Dynamic Random Access Memory manufacturers on Friday in an ongoing multidistrict antitrust litigation over alleged price-fixing in the industry.

Judge Phyllis Hamilton on Friday dismissed most of the state attorneys general's claims in the multi-state case, and filed a separate opinion dismissing even more claims brought by the New York Attorney General.

Specifically, she dismissed the California Cartwright Act claims asserted by Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, the Northern Mariana Islands, South...
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