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De Facto Exclusive Dealing: What a Difference a Day Makes

In Competition Law360, September 4, 2013, we reported on the dismissal of a complaint which alleged, inter alia, exclusive-dealing claims in a market described as the management and distribution of “photographs in rich media...more

12/17/2013 - Antitrust Litigation Exclusive Dealing Agreements Hospitality Industry Restaurant Industry Sherman Act

Failure to Adequately Allege Lack of Supply Cross-Elasticity Dooms Attempted Monopolization Action to "Quick Look" Dismissal

GULF STATES REORGANIZATION GROUP, INC. V. NUCOR CORP. (11th Cir. July 15, 2013) No. 11-14983. - In 1999, Gulf States Steel, Inc., a participant in a market described as “black hot rolled coil steel” filed a petition...more

9/10/2013 - Chapter 7 Commercial Bankruptcy Dismissals Monopolization Supply Chain

Antitrust Exclusive Dealing Claims Given "Short-Shrift" in Dismissal. How Long Is Short? An Analysis in Search of Context

The Federal District Court for the Central District of California, sitting in Santa Ana, recently dismissed antitrust claims in an action between competitors in a market described as the management and distribution of...more

8/21/2013 - Antitrust Litigation Competition Dismissals Exclusive Dealing Agreements Twombly/Iqbal Pleading Standard

Claims of Providing Truthful Marketing Information to Airports Issuing Bids for Duty Free Shops Fails to Allege Actionable...

Conclusary allegations of parallel business conduct which are in the economic self-interest of the actor do not state an actionable antitrust claim. Duty Free Americas, Inc. v. The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc., Case O:...more

6/26/2013 - Airports Bids Conspiracies Duty Free Marketing Monopolization

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