AT&T sues Intel

Phonezilla and Chipzilla stomp all over each other for paltry sum

Mighty corporation AT&T has sued mighty corporation Intel in what US law describes as a statutory action. The suit was filed on 11 August in the US District Court in San Jose, and is referred to judge Edward A Infante. The statute number is 28:1331. This refers to cases where sums claimed are less than $10,000, according to pages at the law department at Cornell. Sure enough, AT&T is seeking some $5000 in cash from Chipzilla. Surely Intel can afford to pay its phone bill? No one from Intel was available to comment on the litigation at press time. ®

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