antitrust case


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Noun1.antitrust case - a legal action brought against parties who are charged with limiting free competition in the market placeantitrust case - a legal action brought against parties who are charged with limiting free competition in the market place
action at law, legal action, action - a judicial proceeding brought by one party against another; one party prosecutes another for a wrong done or for protection of a right or for prevention of a wrong
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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An American court of appeal has rejected a challenge to a settlement between Apple and customers which could have voided a US$450 million payout agreement in the Apple e-books antitrust case.
Apple antitrust case shines light on compliance monitors
For more recent antitrust-related coverage from InsideCounsel, read: Retail association opts out of billion-dollar settlement MasterCard faces EU antitrust probe Anheuser-Busch, DOJ reportedly close to $20 billion merger deal Antitrust case against Minor League Baseball can proceed in Florida Panelists discuss whether pay-for-delay settlements violate antitrust laws
Nov 23, 2011 American Airlines, Travelport and Sabre are all claiming vindication in a federal courtOs decision to dismiss all but one count of American AirlinesO antitrust case against Travelport.
The process and issues of a typical US antitrust case is then described in a systematic way from initiation to conclusion across 11 chapters.
The biggest signs that point to a lockout are: (1) the hiring of Bob Batterman, (2) the fact that the NFL is accumulating a war chest in preparation for a lockout and most significantly, (3) the NFL is dragging out negotiations until after the Supreme Court hears an antitrust case that could exempt the NFL from being subject to antitrust laws.
antitrust case arising from a bungled patent settlement over the drugmaker's blood thinner, Plavix.
South-Eastern Underwriters Association, an antitrust case brought under the Sherman Act of 1890.
It was this passion that prompted Klein to leave a distinguished career in law and business--highlights of which included leading the Justice Department's landmark antitrust case against Microsoft and serving as CEO of Bertelsmann U.
The new law changes this, establishing rules that 1) a plaintiff who wins an antitrust case will be awarded the cost of the suit including reasonable attorneys' fees and 2) a defendant who wins an antitrust case will be awarded the cost of the suit attributable to the claim, including reasonable attorneys' fees if the claim is frivolous, unreasonable, without foundation, or in bad faith.
Circuit finally wraps up the Microsoft antitrust case, rejecting a challenge to the settlement by the state of Massachusetts and others.