antitrust cases

antitrust cases

Although many in the computer field might equate "antitrust" with the long-running Microsoft trial (1998-2004), the U.S. government sued IBM three times in its history for antitrust violations. In 1956, IBM was ordered to sell its punch card equipment rather than only lease it and to divest itself of its service bureau business. AT&T was sued three times by the government, and the 1974 suit led to its eventual breakup 10 years later.
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The new firm builds upon the partners' 100 years combined experience in more than 250 antitrust cases.
Google still has a number of outstanding antitrust cases over its perceived monopoly on Android devices, including one (http://www.
This second edition takes into account changes in the field since 2011, especially three important Supreme Court decisions on antitrust cases.
And the number of antitrust cases is only set to increase as the encouraging of privately pursuing companies to compensate for antitrust violations is on the rise.
antitrust cases of the last quarter century, involving such information age mega corporations as Apple, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Thomson Corporation, and the new AT&T.
Chapters also cover expert testimony, methods of proving antitrust damages, antitrust damages from lost opportunities, defining and measuring damages from market foreclosure, economic authority and the limits of expertise in antitrust cases, and the tensions between jurisprudential economics and microeconomics.
Model jury instructions in civil antitrust cases, 2005 ed.
Designed to keep attorneys informed of all the latest developments in real estate law, the new report includes "full coverage" of real estate issues, including eminent domain and just compensation, water rights, real estate antitrust cases, zoning, premises liability, broker commissions and disclosure obligations, brownfields and other environmental issues, adverse possession, property 'flipping,' public access and violations of the Fair Housing Act.
courts remain free to order that the losing party pay the attorneys' fees of the prevailing party, in antitrust cases it is virtually unheard of for a losing plaintiff to pay such attorneys' fees.
Clarett, much like pioneers Curt Flood, Andy Messersmith and Spencer Haywood, who fought and beat the NBA and Major League Baseball in antitrust cases, might be helping others more than himself.
Cases involving pharmaceuticals now account for the majority of the FTC's health care antitrust cases, Mr.
Federal antitrust efforts have moved to the front burner," and cases involving pharmaceuticals now account for the majority of FTC health care antitrust cases, he said.