On April 9, Blawgletter reported the dismissal of the complaint by Sun Microsystems and Unisys against dynamic random access memory chips for price fixing. We also predicted that Sun and Unisys would "need every minute" of the 30 days (until May 4) that the district court allowed them to fix the shortcomings.
We don’t rightly know whether Sun and Unisys needed every minute, but they did in fact use all the time they had. Behold — their 39-page Amended and Consolidated Complaint for Damages and Injunctive Relief.
Blawgletter hasn’t read the new opus and so can’t vouch for its sufficiency. And yet we have another forecast: the defendants will move to dismiss it.
Barry "Nostradamus" Barnett