Delay Caused by Court Injunction Is Not "Antitrust Injury"

Plaintiff flunks Twombly-Sprewell "two-step," as the court's judicial notice of admissions adduced during preliminary injunction discovery discloses facts the court found to be inconsistent with plaintiff's theory of the case. RealNetworks, Inc. v. DVD Copy Control Ass'n, 2010-1 Trade Cas. (CCH) Para 76,877 (N.D. Cal. 1/6/10).

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