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In Long-Awaited Opinion, Court Rules That Keurig Must Face Antitrust Suits by Competitors and Customers

USA - May 15 2019 In a recently unsealed opinion, U.S. District Judge Broderick (S.D.N.Y.) explained his reasoning for allowing a consolidated antitrust suit to...

Benjamin H. Weissman.

“New Brandeis” Antitrust Concepts Hit the Campaign Trail

USA - March 21 2019 As we discussed in a previous post, a new school of thought about antitrust law (or, rather, a new application of old antitrust principles) has...

Jake Walter-Warner.

Congress Hears Challenges to the Consumer Welfare Standard

USA - March 15 2019 The purpose and goals of United States antitrust policy have not remained static over time. Since 1979, the Supreme Court has focused on a “consumer...

Meghan Larywon.

A Brief Overview of the “New Brandeis” School of Antitrust Law

USA - November 8 2018 For the past several decades, antitrust law has been focused primarily on consumer harma given policy is unlikely to be considered anticompetitive if...

Jake Walter-Warner.

Supreme Court Grants Apple’s Petition To Take Major Antitrust Standing Case

USA - August 3 2018 The Supreme Court has granted certiorari and will hear, next term, an appeal from Ninth Circuit’s decision in In re Apple iPhone Antitrust Litigation...

Daniel A. Friedman.