Antitrust Litigation

Articles

In-depth analysis and practical advice on topics relevant to your practice. Find all of the Antitrust Litigation Committee’s articles in this archive.

Three Circuits Say Shady Grove Requires American Pipe Tolling for Serial Class Actions: Are They Right?
By Brian Troyer – July 31, 2017
A significant shift in the landscape of class litigation leaves it more favorable to plaintiffs in the Sixth, Seventh, and Ninth Circuits.

After Concepcion, Arbitration Agreement Validity Hinges on State Law
By Jeffrey Salas – July 31, 2017
Lower courts have recently sought to narrow the perceived broad scope of the Supreme Court’s rulings.

Six Factors to Consider for a Successful Settlement Strategy
By Anthony Baish – January 19, 2017
You and your client want the upper hand in those negotiations.

Advising Companies as an In-House Antitrust and Competition Lawyer
By Creighton Macy and Matthew Bester – March 15, 2017
An interview between a former chief of staff and senior counsel of the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division, and Accenture’s director of competition law and former Antitrust Division trial attorney.

Whether to Opt Out of Antitrust Class Actions: A Four-Step Checklist
By Charles H. Samel and Cori Gordon Moore – May 26, 2015
What is your company's process for deciding whether to opt out of antitrust class actions?

Compliance Programs and International White-Collar Crime
By Bruce J. Casino – August 8, 2017
Global compliance programs help minimize the risks of conducting business internationally.