Litigators (and some normal people) should browse through the complaint filed by AMD against Intel for unfair competition, monopolistic bullying, name-calling, and child abuse. (I’m not sure all of those are in the complaint, but it’s something like that.)

It’s written more as a showpiece than a serious complaint, so it’s surprisingly good reading. It gives a skewed but interesting look at the history of microprocessor development, and has some fascinating details about Intel’s deals with manufacturers and retailers – the “first dollar rebate” is a work of genius. Possibly evil or illegal, but genius nonetheless.

Besides, I’d wager it’s the only unfair competition complaint containing the word “guacamole.” Twice. Fun reading!