Major Antitrust Trends For 2015

The BakerHostetler Antitrust advocate previews some information to be found in The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2015, which includes a chapter by BakerHostetler […]

NCAA Antitrust Lawsuit, Five Years In The Making, Begins In California Court

The NCAA will pay $20 million to some student football and basketball athletes who sued over the use of their likenesses in several Electronic […]

Antitrust Implications Of Silicon Valley Employee Raiding Settlement

Ogletree Deakins attorney Thomas McInerney blogs about the national implications of a settlement in an employee raiding case out of Silicon Valley. Apple, Google, […]

Cartel Enforcement Ramps Up In China

In the past year, antitrust enforcement in China, particularly enforcement against cartel activity, has intensified. Linklaters attorneys Fay Zhou and Clara Ingen-Housz look at […]

Steve Jobs A “Walking Antitrust Violation”

In a New York Times feature article, reporter James B. Stewart talks to a law professor who makes the case that Steve Jobs got […]

NY Settlement May Inform Pharmaceutical Antitrust Cases

The New York Attorney General reached a settlement in an antitrust case between two generic drug manufacturers that had an agreement not to challenge […]

Antitrust Challenge Permitted by FTC v. Actavis May Be Limited

In June 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court released its decision on “reverse payment” settlements between brand-name and generic drug makers. Federal Trade Commission v. […]