Fry's Resists Paying Fees In Intel Antitrust Case

Law360, New York (February 5, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- A retail computer chain entangled in a consumer antitrust class action against Intel Corp. has balked at calls to foot a court-appointed officer's bill, telling a federal judge it should not be sanctioned for holding up discovery to protect its trade secrets.

Lawyers for Fry's Electronics Inc. told Delaware District Judge Joseph Farnan that the company, as a nonparty in the litigation, had a right to protect documents about its business dealings with Intel and should not be forced to pick up the $40,000 tab for...
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