A sprawling antitrust class action against computer memory manufacturers is about to settle.

The deal will end years of litigation between companies — like Micron Technology Inc., Hynix Semiconductor Inc. and Infineon Technologies — and indirect purchasers of DRAM memory chips, which includes California and several other states. It avoids a risky oral argument in the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals: Plaintiffs asked the court to remove the case from its March hearings calendar, which the court did.

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