ABA Journal

Antitrust Law

375 ABA Journal Antitrust Law articles.

FTC Reviewing Google Deal

The Federal Trade Commission is conducting a preliminary antitrust investigation into Google’s planned $3.1 billion purchase of DoubleClick, a deal that will help Google in the online advertising market.


Comcast to Face Antitrust Class Action

A federal judge has certified a class action lawsuit that alleges cable company Comcast Corp. raised prices after making deals with competitors to eliminate competition.

U.S. District Judge John R.…

Alcoa CEO Sees No Antitrust Bar to Buyout

Aluminum companies Alcoa Inc. and Alcan Inc. were split in 1950 because of antitrust concerns. Harry First, a law professor at New York University, says he introduces his antitrust course…

Subprime Lenders Face $48 Million in Possible Damages

A jury verdict against three subprime lenders accused of bait-and-switch advertising could be tripled to nearly $48 million.

A competitor sued NovaStar Financial Inc. of Kansas City, Mo., and two…

‘Million-Dollar Solo’ Seeks $75 Million Fee Award

Roxanne Conlin, who describes herself in the April ABA Journal, as “the most senior civil rights lawyer in Iowa” is used to seeing her small firm (she…

Paging Dr. Miles: Antitrust Law Examined

Absent for a decade, price-fixing and competition are back before the high court

Ink and IP

A Battle Over Selling Printer Ink Pushes Patent Rights Up Against Antitrust Law

Vive les Class Actions

Europe Is Showing More Interest in Legal Mechanisms That Have Come Under Fire in the United States

Antitrust American Style

Prosecutors Fear Their Cartel-Busting Efforts Will Fizzle if U.S. Courts Are Opened to Global Price-Fixing Litigation