Antitrust Law

Antitrust Law

Justice Department is investigating possible collusion by some airlines

Antitrust Law

2nd Circuit OKs verdict against Apple in $450M e-book price-fixing case

Bar Associations

LegalZoom files $10.5M antitrust suit against North Carolina bar, cites SCOTUS dental case

Trials & Litigation

2nd Circuit nixes Apple campaign to boot BigLaw partner as court-appointed monitor in e-book case

Banking Law

Five banks agree to pay $5.6B for conspiring to manipulate currency and interest rates

Bar Associations

State bars may be affected by SCOTUS antitrust case; public interest groups want review by state AGs

Antitrust Law

Google is accused by European Union of violating antitrust laws

Internet Law

Online art seller agrees to guilty plea in justice’s first e-commerce price-fixing prosecution

Opening Statements

Chicago Cubs face a variety of lawsuits over Wrigley Field

Animal Law

Should cloned horse be registered as quarter horse? Horse breeder seeks rehearing in antitrust suit

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS smiles on nondentist teeth whiteners, allows antitrust action against dentistry board

Antitrust Law

American Express merchant policies are anti-competitive, judge rules

Real Estate & Property Law

Federal judge nixes TRO on new Chicago Cubs signs sought by rooftop seating companies

Entertainment & Sports Law

Caddies’ $50M suit says PGA Tour usurps endorsement opportunities with bib requirement

Antitrust Law

After last-minute lead plaintiff substitution, iPod users seek $350M at trial and get zilch

Civil Procedure

Judge boots lead plaintiff in $350M case at trial against Apple, orders counsel to find a substitute

Antitrust Law

Does $350M case at trial against Apple have a lead plaintiff? Judge hasn’t yet ruled

Antitrust Law

Uh-oh. Did lead plaintiffs seeking $350M in Apple trial purchase iPods as required?

Antitrust Law

Plaintiffs are seeking $1B in Apple trial over software that required iTunes to be played on iPods

First Amendment

Google wins SLAPP motion, has constitutional right to list search results as it wishes