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SAN FRANCISCO — Rambus Inc. is asking the California Court of Appeal to revive its $4 billion price-fixing case against Micron Technology Inc. and SK Hynix Inc., saying two San Francisco Superior Court judges erred by excluding evidence that its alleged co-conspirators pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges. Rambus also accuses Hynix of improperly striking two of the three African-American members of the jury pool, suggesting part of the reason was Rambus’ lead trial counsel being African-American.
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