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 Jul 06, 2005 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* AMD gets docs in lawsuit

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Another pain for Intel - as part of their antitrust lawsuit, AMD will get access to documents from the companies they say Intel was bullying even if the companies refuse to be parties in the suit.

Before it is all said and done, the antitrust suit filed by AMD against Intel may rival the Department of Justice vs. Microsoft battle of years gone by in terms of length, scope, and press coverage. AMD won a small victory today when the US District Court for the District of Delaware granted AMD's request for subpoenas to be served on third parties (e.g., PC manufacturers).

The subpoenas will require the companies to preserve documents that may relate to AMD's antitrust case against Intel, instead of applying usual corporate document-retention policies that may lead to the destruction of such documents. In addition, the 32 companies named will also need to ensure that other evidence related to the case is not lost.

 

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