Advanced Micro Devices Inc. threw a conniption last week in court documents over perceived discovery slights by Intel Corp. in a long-running antitrust suit. The company wants a special master to force Intel to prove it is complying with a remediation program. But Intel casts AMD's filings as mere chest thumping. Intel admitted in March to failing to preserve e-mails that were potentially relevant to the litigation. The company, represented by Howrey and Gibson Dunn, blamed the gaffe on "human errors."
AMD Tees Off Over Intel Discovery Errors
September 17, 2007
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