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January 3, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

After a delay of a year, Judge William Ingram has decided not to wait any longer for the federal appeals court to decide on NEC Corp’s request that he be removed from the microcode copyright infringement lawsuit brought by Intel Corp over the Japanese company’s development and marketing of microprocessors compatible with the 8086 and 8088, and has disqualified himself from the case because of the small number of Intel shares held by an investment club of which he was a member: the case now has to be argued again from the start before a new judge; the new hearings are expected to open within six months.

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