Intel asks judge to dump AMD case

Posted on Thursday, May 04 2006 @ 19:07 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel filed a motion yesterday asking a federal court judge to throw out the antitrust lawsuit which AMD filed against the company:
Intel, in its motion filed in U.S. District Court in Delaware, states that the federal court should not have jurisdiction over AMD's antitrust case since AMD has alleged that its foreign sales, not domestic sales, are what Intel has damaged.

"Before subjecting Intel to the burden of defending its foreign business practices in a U.S. Court, AMD must meet the burden of establishing that this court has subject matter jurisdiction over AMD's foreign commerce claims," Intel's brief states.
More info over here.

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