Intel uses Supreme Court Comcast ruling in its own antitrust case

The company is fighting a class action consumer suit over the marketing of its microprocessors

The Supreme Court issued its decision in Comcast v. Behrend just last week, but Intel Corp. has already used the ruling to defend itself in its own long-running antitrust suit.

The Comcast decision, which the high court issued on March 27, found that a group of Philadelphia-area cable subscribers should not have been allowed to sue as a group because they did not adequately show how damages could be calculated on a class-wide basis.

Alanna Byrne

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