SAN FRANCISCO — Only a $3.85 billion jury award can undo the damage done by a multiyear price-fixing scheme, lawyers for Rambus Inc. argued Wednesday during closing arguments in their case against rival memory chip-makers Micron Technology Inc. and Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
Munger, Tolles & Olson partner Bart Williams, who represents Rambus, cajoled the jury to reject the numerous alternate theories that defense lawyers presented during the course of a near-three-month trial to account for the market failure of the Rambus-designed RDRAM chips.
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