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DOJ's Antitrust Division Elects Binding Arbitration To Resolve Merger Challenge
On September 4, 2019, the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division filed a complaint in the Northern District of Ohio challenging Novelis Inc.'s proposed $2.6 billion acquisition of Aleris
United States
23 Sep 2019
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DOJ Antitrust Division Will Now Consider Dpas For Companies Demonstrating "Good Corporate Citizenship"
The DOJ Antitrust Division recently announced that it will allow prosecutors to resolve criminal antitrust investigations with deferred prosecution agreements ("DPAs") for qualified corporate defendants.
United States
30 Jul 2019
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Balancing The Interests Of Antitrust And Labor Laws
National attention has increasingly focused on the proper role of antitrust law in regulating labor markets. Much has been written about the possibility of stricter merger enforcement
United States
29 Jul 2019
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Information Exchange 2019 – European Union
Information exchanges are assessed under article 101 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).
European Union
18 Jul 2019
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Webcast: Dealing With Online Markets And Digital Services From A Competition Law Perspective
Joined by Jorge Padilla (Compass Lexecon), our Gibson Dunn panel considers current and emerging trends in the EU and Asia in online markets and digital services.
United States
8 Jul 2019
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Supreme Court Holds That iPhone Users Have Standing To Seek Federal Antitrust Damages From Apple For App Store Purchases
Yesterday, the Supreme Court held 5-4 that iPhone users are "direct purchasers" from Apple when they purchase apps on Apple's App Store, and thus have standing to sue Apple ...
United States
29 May 2019
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Made In The U.S.A." Decision Threatens Return To The "Wild West" For California Unfair Competition Law Class Actions
California's Unfair Competition Law (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200 et seq., the "UCL") is an expansive statute that historically has been popular among plaintiffs' lawyers.
United States
31 Mar 2011
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