Intel and Its Army of Lawyers Dispose of NY AG's Antitrust Suit
A ruling by Delaware federal district court judge Leonard Stark significantly narrowed the state's case, spurring both sides to settle. Stark ruled that New York could not bring claims under the Donnelly Act, a state statute that allows for treble damages.
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