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Weekly Brief: New Round of Layoffs Hit Law Firms
High-profile or highly profitable firms are no longer the sole targets of post-merger divestitures by antitrust enforcers. Today, firms that have little or no revenues, including some that operate in emergent industries with...more
China’s Anti-Monopoly Law: No Longer Just Merger Control?
Until this year, China's enforcement activities in the field of antitrust, particularly as these have affected foreign companies, had been mainly focused on...more
On January 8, the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division (“DOJ”) and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (“PTO”) (collectively, “the Agencies”) issued a joint policy statement regarding remedies for Standards-Essential...more
If recent events are any indication, U.S. and European antitrust agencies will remain focused this year on the intersection of intellectual property and competition law. In particular, the agencies have concluded that under...more
On January 8, 2013 – less than a week after the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") entered into a consent order with Google, under which Google is generally banned from seeking injunctions on its F/RAND -encumbered...more
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Technology: An executive of AU Optronics Corp. (“AUO”) was convicted of price-fixing in the LCD flat screen markets in a re-trial. Steven Leung was involved in the sale of...more
The government may be coming up with a new cost-effective measure to help balance the federal budget – enlisting private companies to do their policing. A 2011 settlement between the Justice Department and Google for $500...more
China's Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) took effect on August 1, 2008. Since then, the Chinese regulatory authorities have issued a number of implementing regulations and guidelines and developed enforcement mechanisms under the AML...more
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