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Newsletter articles from 2010

Anti-suit injunctions in the context of international commercial arbitration, Part I By Ricardo Quass Duarte May 2010 An analysis of the different legal issues involving the granting of anti-suit injunctions in the context of international commercial arbitration.
Anti-suit injunctions in the context of international commercial arbitration, Part II By Ricardo Quass Duarte June 2010 An analysis of the different legal issues involving the granting of anti-suit injunctions in the context of international commercial arbitration.
Anti-suit injunctions in the context of international commercial arbitration, Part III By Ricardo Quass Duarte September 2010 The third installment in this analysis of the different legal issues involving the granting of anti-suit injunctions in the context of international commercial arbitration.
Antitrust & unfair competition May 2010 news Round-Up May 2010 Recent developments related to antitrust issues.
Antitrust & unfair competition news roundup September 2010 The latest news developments in antitrust & unfair competition law.
Antitrust & Unfair Competition spring news round-up April 2010 Recent developments related to antitrust & unfair competition.
The Antitrust Counselor: Can American Needle be reconciled with Dagher? By Mildred L. Calhoun September 2010 Four years ago the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled in Texaco v. Dagher. Then in May of this year, in another unanimous opinion, the Supreme Court appears to have decided the exact opposite in American Needle v. National Football League.
The Antitrust Counselor: Robinson-Patman counseling after Feesers By Mildred L. Calhoun May 2010 The recent case of Feesers, Inc. v. Michael Foods, Inc. is a fascinating example of how the Act can create significant litigation issues for a business.
Chair’s comment By Kavita Puri September 2010 A message from Chair Kavita Puri.
Chair’s comment By Jennifer M. Dixton June 2010 A message from outgoing Chair Jennifer Dixton.
Chair’s comment By Jennifer M. Dixton April 2010 A discussion of the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division's Leniency Program.
Defining a relevant market? Better get your experts ready By Beth L. Fancsali and James J. Hegarty April 2010 An examination of the Kentucky Speedway, LLC v. National Ass’n of Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. case, and the new Sixth Circuit's opinion emphasizing the importance of economics in reaching the core of the relevant market definition.
Editor’s note By Kate O’Súilleabháin September 2010 An introduction to the issue from Editor Kate O Suilleabhain.
Editor’s note By Karen Sewell June 2010 An introduction to the issue from Editor Karen Sewell.
Editor’s note By Karen Sewell May 2010 An introduction to the issue from Editor Karen Sewell.
Editor’s note By Karen Sewell April 2010 An introduction to the issue from Editor Karen Sewell.
From Decatur, Illinois to Hollywood: A look back at lessons learned from the ADM lysine conspiracy By Jennifer M. Dixton and Kalina M. Tulley June 2010 An interview with Jim Mutchnik, former DOJ prosecutor in the famous Archer Daniels Midland investigation.
Proposed revisions of the Horizontal Merger Guidelines are released By Rebecca A.D. Nelson June 2010 The revisions are intended to reflect the evolution of the Antitrust Division and U.S. Department of Justice since the Horizontal Merger Guidelines were first released 18 years ago.