Illinois Supreme Court Ends Intel Class Action

Law360, New York (December 5, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- A class suing Intel Corp. for making false representations while marketing its Pentium 4 processor in violation of an Illinois consumer protection law must go back to the drawing board, now that the Supreme Court of Illinois has reversed an earlier granting of certification.

The Illinois Supreme Court handed down its decision on Nov. 29, rejecting the appellate court's ruling that California law ought to apply to the action, but, upon applying the Illinois statute, finding that the plaintiffs' most recent complaint did not merit class...
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