Cohen Milstein serves as one of four firms appointed as Interim Class Counsel in a proposed class action alleging that Intel unlawfully monopolized the market for x86 microprocessors, resulting in higher prices to consumers who purchased computers containing Intel chips.  Intel’s chief counsel has called the case “one of the largest pieces of litigation in U.S. history.”

On July 12, 2007, the court issued an order largely denying Intel’s motion to dismiss the complaint, upholding almost all of the plaintiffs’ claims and allowing the case to proceed.