Intel yesterday lost its fight to have one of the Federal Trade Commission?s (FTC) attorneys dropped from the anti-trust case against it.
The chip maker had filed a motion last month to have attorney Richard Parker removed from the case, which starts early next month, as it objected to work he had previously undertaken on behalf of Intel?s rival, AMD.
An AMD executive is expected to testify against Intel in the trial.
A judge ruled against Intel saying that Parker did not represent any interest that could call his loyalty to public interest into question.
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