A Civil Conflict: Can the States Overturn Leegin?

Leiv Blad, Bryan Killian, Jan 07, 2011 Overturning a 96-year-old rule, the United States Supreme Court held in Leegin that minimum resale price maintenance (“RPM”)...

AUG-11(1)

In this issue: The U.S. Supreme Court took a hard look at class actions earlier this year in a decision on Wal-Mart v. Dukes. Our...

Resources – Potash, the FTAIA, and Pleading Requirements

Nov 16, 2011 Resources For NOV-11(1),  The "Potash" Case  Issue: For our reader's convenience, when appropriate in the Antitrust Chronicle, we'll be presenting copies and/or links...

APR-11(1)

In this issue: According to the latest speculation, India will have the world's largest economy by 2050. Whether or not, there's no question that global...

The Importance of an Open Internet

Chris Meyers, Mar 29, 2011 However, net neutrality is but one piece of the puzzle to ensuring an open internet. Broadband internet access is certainly...

JUN-11(2)

In this issue: The ongoing saga of the Google book settlement has all the earmarks of a classic: On one hand is its lofty goal...

Not One, But Five Videos & a Comic Book

Sep 13, 2011 I3 - CCS' Advocacy Framework I. Introduction Singapore has been consistently ranked as one of the world's most competitive economies, built as a...

APR-11(2)

In this issue: Whether you call it "collective redress" or "class action," the problems of an appropriate role for a private consumer class in antitrust...

NOV-11(1)

In this issue: We have two indisputable facts in this issue: The Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act is, to be kind, muddled. And modern court...

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes: Supreme Court Clarifies Commonality Analysis for...

Donald Falk, Marcia Goodman, Archis Parasharami, Aug 16, 2011 Last year we reported on the en banc Ninth Circuit's pathbreakingly broad decision affirming the certification...
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