First off; RMBS filed suit against MU and Hynix prior to the statute that was passed allowing trebling damages. This statute can not be made to act retroactively as RMBS never included that in their original case as the statute was non-existent.
Second; MU by turning into an informant and entering into an agreement with the DOJ as to co-operation with the government and other entities, MU is now immune from criminal prosecution and damages.
Third; A Federal Law passed by congress called The Antitrust Criminal Penalty Enhancement and Reform Act of 2004 (“ACPERA”) reduces the civil damages exposure of a participant in an alleged conspiracy who is a party to a "currently effective” amnesty agreement with the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice.
Micron Technology, Inc. and Micron Semiconductor Products, Inc. (collectively, “Micron”) are parties to a “currently effective” amnesty agreement.
Fourth; RMBS still has the issue of spoilation to deal with. This is an issue that will greatly devalue any possible judgement if any.
If that is what you think, please load up on RMBS stock. This whole matter will actually be settled in the Federal Courts where case law decisions made outside of CA will be used to determine the final outcome.