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Articles in Channel: Antitrust Law
This posting was written by Jeffrey May, Editor of CCH Trade Regulation Reporter.The U.S. Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has refused to set aside or correct a sentence imposed on an administrator in a Michigan public school district who pleaded guilty to charges arising from the Justice...
This posting was written by Jeffrey May, Editor of CCH Trade Regulation Reporter.Antitrust claims against “Beatport”—an online marketplace that catered to consumers and producers of “Electronic Dance Music”—and a related “Beta” nightclub were adequately alleged, the federal district court in Denver...
On December 30, 2011, China’s Ministry of Commerce (“MOFCOM”), the government agency tasked with merger review, formally promulgated new rules providing MOFCOM with clear procedural rules (and powers) to investigate and deal with reportable transactions that were not notified. These...On December...
This posting was written by Cheryl Beise, Editor of CCH Guide to Computer Law.The 47-member Council of Europe (COE) announced on March 15 the adoption of a four-year Internet Governance Strategy to promote the universality, integrity, and openness of the Internet while protecting users’ rights.The...
This posting was written by Jeffrey May, Editor of CCH Trade Regulation Reporter.Federal legislative proposals that would have repealed the antitrust exemption enjoyed by freight railroads and would have permitted the U.S. Department of Justice to sue Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries...
By James L. McGinnis In a widely followed eight-week trial before the Honorable Susan Illston in the Northern District of California, the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice succeeded in obtaining price-fixing convictions against AU Optronics, a Taiwanese company; AUOA,...
This posting was written by Jeffrey May, Editor of CCH Trade Regulation Reporter.In testimony before the U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government on March 5, the FTC summarized the agency's Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 budget request and described its ongoing...
Susan M. Hutton, T. Gregory Kane & David Elder - As part of its plan to auction rights for the 700 MHz spectrum band, the Canadian government announced yesterday that it plans to amend the Telecommunications Act to lift foreign investment restrictions for telecommunications companies...
As part of its plan to auction rights for the 700 MHz spectrum band, the Canadian government announced yesterday that it plans to amend the Telecommunications Act to lift foreign investment restrictions for telecommunications companies holding less than a 10 per-cent share of the total Canadian...
Ashley Weber - On March 1, 2012, the Ontario Superior Court put an end to a deceptive marketing scam that had resulted in thousands of Canadians falling victim to false and misleading representations, to the tune of an estimated $7 million. In response to an application filed by the...