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US District Judge William Schwarzer may have set something of a precedent last week when he denied NEC Corp’s motion to disqualify Judge William Ingram in its lawsuit against Intel Corp over the fact that Judge Ingram found the investment club to which he belonged had a handful of Intel shares in his name; under US law, a judge who knows he has a financial interest is automatically disqualified however small the interest; NEC, which clearly wants the judge out of the way after his landmark ruling that microcode is in principle copyrightable, is to appeal the ruling.

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