Antitrust law has undergone a lot of changes in the last few years.
The United States Supreme Court’s removal of vertical minimum resale price restrictions from the per se category of antitrust violations last year in Leegin v. PSKS, Inc., created a large number of unanswered questions as to how such restrictions would be treated under the Rule of Reason and under the various state antitrust laws.
John Conlon, who served in this position so capably for six years, has retired and his duties as editor have passed on to me.
Electronic discovery in antitrust litigation
As the scope, volume, and use of electronically stored information in day-to-day life has increased, so too has electronic discovery become an increasingly prevalent and expensive part of litigation.