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Third Circuit: expert testimony critical to class certification must satisfy Daubert

USA - April 10 2015 On April 8, 2015, a unanimous panel of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion vacating an order granting class certification in In re...

Chanda A. Miller, Richard Coe, Paul H. Saint-Antoine, Todd N. Hutchison.

European Commission announces proposals for damages actions and collective redress in competition actions

European Union - June 28 2013 On June 11, 2013, the European Commission announced two proposals of interest to companies operating within the European Union. The first proposes...

Paul H. Saint-Antoine, Todd N. Hutchison.

Hart-Scott-Rodino Act annual adjustments announced

USA - January 10 2013 On Thursday, January 10, the Federal Trade Commission published new filing thresholds for pre-transaction notification of many larger transactions. The...

Robin Sampson, Kenneth M. Vorrasi, Robert W. McCann, Robert A. Skitol.

Antitrust enforcement in the Obama administration: does reality match the rhetoric?

USA - April 20 2010 In her first speech as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ), Christine Varney proclaimed that the DOJ "must change course and take a new tack" in its enforcement efforts....

Kenneth M. Vorrasi.

Antitrust enforcement agencies shine the spotlight on conduct by dominant firms

USA - June 1 2009 Section 2 of the Sherman Act, which governs monopolization and attempted monopolization claims, is back in the antitrust limelight....