A US District Court dismisses antitrust claims arising from an allegation of foreign related conduct that affected the plaintiff’s foreign sales (AMD / Intel)

Court dismisses AMD’s “foreign commerce claims” against Intel for lack of subject matter jurisdiction and standing* In a recent opinion, the District Court for the District of Delaware dismissed AMD’s antitrust claims against Intel that arose out of Intel’s alleged foreign-related conduct that affected AMD’s foreign sales. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. v. Intel Corp. (AMD), Civ. Action No. 05-441-JJF, — F.Supp.2d —-, 2006 WL 2742297 (D. Del. Sept. 26, 2006). In that case, AMD had alleged that Intel willfully maintained a monopoly in the x86 microprocessor market, which AMD alleged to constitute a world-wide market, by engaging in such exclusionary conduct as, among other things, "forcing major customers into exclusive or non-exclusive deals, conditioning rebates and other monetary incentives

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  • Sheppard Mullin (San Francisco)

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Mona Solouki, A US District Court dismisses antitrust claims arising from an allegation of foreign related conduct that affected the plaintiff’s foreign sales (AMD / Intel), 26 September 2006, e-Competitions Bulletin September 2006, Art. N° 67220

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