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Alleged Collusion Cloud Over Airline Industry Shows Some Signs of Dissipation

USA - March 23 2017 After a lengthy antitrust investigation, the DOJ apparently failed to find evidence to support a case against major U.S. air carriers for colluding…

DOJ Official Highlights Intersection Between Its Anti-Corruption and Antitrust Work

USA - October 6 2017 On Oct. 3, 2017, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division's Deputy Assistant Attorney General for International Affairs, Roger Alford, delivered…

Antitrust Enforcement Under Trump: Less Intervention But Not Abandonment

USA - May 1 2017 Since the inauguration, the Trump Administration's antitrust enforcers at the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the…

New Criminal Charges Confirm that Companies Cannot Evade Antitrust Exposure by Communicating in Increasingly High-Tech Ways

USA - August 9 2017 As we recently observed, the antitrust enforcement agencies believe they have the tools they need to catch people attempting to use modern technology…

Amy L. Fuentes

New Reverse-Payment Decision Sheds Further Light on Plaintiffs’ Causation Burden

USA - January 31 2018 As post-Actavis antitrust litigation over so-called "reverse payment" patent settlements proceeds, courts continue to provide further illumination…

Charles A. Weiss