• Antitrust-Style Analysis in Patent Law

    Author: Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Associate Professor of Law and Associate Professor of Engineering, Texas A&M University. This guest post is based upon Professor Vishnubhakat’s innovative new paper applying antitrust concepts to patent law, which is now published in the Seton Hall Law Review: “The Antitrusting of Patentability” Courts facing difficult questions of patent v ...

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  • Resale Price Maintenance, Horizontal Conspiracies, and Antitrust Law

    If you are looking for controversy, you came to the right place. Today, we discuss resale price maintenance, one of the most contentious issues in all of antitrust. If you look around and see a bunch of antitrust economists, hide your screen so they don’t start arguing with each other. Trust me; that is the last thing you want to experience.

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  • Antitrust News: DOJ Antitrust Will Try to Speed Merger Reviews

    Antitrust News is a new feature at The Antitrust Attorney Blog. We will periodically report on and address new developments in the antitrust world, from FTC or DOJ guidance to important court decisions to relevant legislative developments to worldwide antitrust issues. Although some of our prior articles involve antitrust developments, most of these posts consist of content ...

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  • Bid-Rigging is a Per Se Violation of the Antitrust Laws

    In the market, there are many ways to buy and sell products or services. For example, if you want to purchase some coconut milk—my favorite kind of milk—you can walk into a grocery store, go to the milk section, examine the prices of the different brands, and if one of them is acceptable to you, carry that milk to the register and pay the listed price.

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  • When is the Filed Rate Doctrine a Defense to an Antitrust Lawsuit?

    The doctrine of federal antitrust law includes several immunities and exemptions—entire areas that are off limits to certain antitrust actions. This can be confusing, especially because these “exceptions” arise, grow, and shrink over time, at the seeming whim of federal courts. As a matter of interpretation, the Supreme Court demands that courts view such exemptions and immun ...

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