Electronic Discovery Law
AMD Subpoenas Dozens of Major Intel Customers
Advanced Micro Devices said it has served subpoenas to 36 major U.S. tech companies seeking documentation to support its antitrust lawsuit against Intel. AMD expects to receive 6 to 8 terabytes of data in documentation from the subpoenaed companies, which is shaping up to be one of the largest U.S. cases involving electronically stored information.
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