The decision is good in that the Supreme Court decided that it is not a per se violation of antitrust law
for a franchisor and its reseller to enter an agreement regarding the minimum resale price of the franchisor's products.
Gotts, a former Antitrust Law
Section chair and a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York, said Feller is superbly positioned for "a very active year for antitrust enforcement and policy setting in the United States and globally.
Under labor law, employers and employees are exempt from antitrust law
if they enter into a collective bargaining agreement.
9) These ideas are also a foundation of The Antitrust Paradox, but the book extends the analysis of antitrust law
substantially beyond ideas relating to vertical practices.
In what ways should conflicts between the goals of intellectual property and antitrust law
But Judge Learned Hand, writing for the majority of the federal Court of Appeals, held that Alcoa's de facto monopoly was itself a violation of antitrust law
Although the authors refer to being nudged in the direction of consumer welfare as the primary concern of the antitrust laws
(but not the exclusive goal, as proposed by the Chicago school), they do not offer enough explanation about competing antitrust philosophies.
The court, for the first time in the United Kingdom, awarded damages to a private litigant who was a party to a contract that violated British antitrust law
State Attorney General Bill Lockyer will sue Ralphs, Vons, Albertson's and Food-4-Less, alleging that an agreement between the firms to share profits and losses during the grocery strike is in violation of antitrust laws
, officials said Friday.
IPP said the title covers overlapping policy areas that are shaping the framework of European, American and global antitrust law
and policy, including cross-border litigation, international enforcement, trade policy, subsidization, market access and related issues that arise from global business and investment.
WHO: American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law
was suppressing rather than nurturing competition.