Antitrust-Litigator

Epic Games v. Apple: The Antitrust Analysis

Epic Games v. Apple: The Antitrust Analysis

The recent decision by the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California in Epic Games v. Apple garnered a great deal of attention […]

Antitrust Lessons From the Supreme Court’s NCAA Decision

Antitrust Lessons From the Supreme Court’s NCAA Decision

In June, the Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in NCAA v. Alston, an antitrust case involving the NCAA’s restrictions on education-related payments to student […]

Can an Antitrust Agreement Apply to Conduct in One Entity?

Can an Antitrust Agreement Apply to Conduct in One Entity?

Agreement is one of two principal elements of a violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act. It has been called the sine qua non […]

Refusal to Deal

Generally, the antitrust laws do not require a company to work with or do business with a rival. As early as 1919, the Supreme Court […]

How the Courts Are Enforcing Proportionality in Discovery

In December 2015, Congress and the Supreme Court introduced amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure designed to control the costs of litigation, particularly […]

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