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The Impact of Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo on Antitrust Class Actions

By Aaron M. Panner & Rachel P. May - Tyson Foods was a recent “donning and doffing” case at the U.S. Supreme Court involving whether...

A Reluctant Standard-Bearer For Chicago School Antitrust

By Max Huffman - This article addressed the role the late Justice Scalia played in the U.S. Supreme Court’s antitrust decisions during his tenure on...

” Dynamic Competition” Does Not Excuse Monopolization

Jonathan Baker, Nov 01, 2008 In the 2004 Trinko decision, Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the Supreme Court, depicted “monopoly power, and the concomitant charging...

The Supreme Court Invalidates State Restriction on Federal Class Actions in...

Daniel Crane, Aidan Synnott, Aug 10, 2010 The United States Supreme Court recently held that Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23 trumps a state rule...

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