Expert Witness Testimony In Antitrust Action

Court BuildingCourthouse News reports: A motion brought by several semiconductor companies to exclude expert witness testimony and decertify the classes in an antitrust action was rejected by U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken,  (N.D. Cal.).  In the action, classes of customers in 25 states claimed sellers conspired to fix prices between 1996 and 2006 for a type of memory device found in cell phones and computers called static random access memory.

The alleged conspirators, which include Samsung Electronics Company, Cypress Semiconductor Corporation and Alliance Semiconductor Corporation, moved to exclude expert witness testimony that measured the price effects on consumers and analyzed liability and damages.

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