Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley rejected a consumer class’ tying allegations over the chip giant’s “no license, no chips” policy. But the class’ allegations of exclusive dealing with Apple may proceed for now, the judge ruled.
January 09, 2023 at 08:08 PM
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The original version of this story was published on The Recorder
What You Need to Know
- California consumers did no better than the FTC on Qualcomm’s ‘no license, no chips’ policy.
- But Scott said consumers might succeed where the FTC failed on claims of exclusive dealing with Apple.
- The European Commission awarded $1 billion over exclusivity payments, but the EU Court of Justice annulled it.
The Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust case against Qualcomm Inc. has been dead for years, slain by a 2020 Ninth Circuit opinion.
But a consumer class action on behalf of millions of smartphone users is still breathing.
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