DRAM Manufacturers Dispute N.Y. Antitrust Claims

Law360, New York (January 31, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- After a federal judge threw out 90% of antitrust claims against manufacturers of dynamic random access memory for lack of standing, the manufacturers are seeking to have some of the surviving claims, brought by the state of New York, dismissed on the same grounds.

The claims, brought by the New York state attorney general on behalf of all New York residents who purchased products containing DRAM, are unfounded because indirect purchasers' claims are too remote, the manufacturers argued in court documents submitted Wednesday.

Although the New...
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