(178) This presents the question of whether there is a difference between the "unique characteristics and needs" of baseball being exempt from antitrust law
, or, as the San Jose court concluded, issues integral to baseball being exempt, but not issues merely related to the game.
, established originally to limit corporate power, has become its friend.
According to the ruling, which comes one month after Qualcomm struck a settlement in a separate but similar lawsuit brought by Apple (AAPL), Qualcomm violated antitrust law
, charging unreasonably high royalties for its patents and eliminating rivals.
is the substantive area of law dealing with anticompetitive conduct or structure affecting consumer welfare.
(9) "Rule of reason" is a judicial doctrine of antitrust law
that says a trade practice violates the Sherman Act only if the practice is an unreasonable restraint of trade, based on economic factors.
and Trade Regulation: Cases and Materials, 7th Edition
evolution of antitrust law
through the changes in the popularity and
A judge could triple the compensation to consumers under antitrust law
if Apple ultimately loses the suit.
They will provide an in-depth discussion of the potential implications of antitrust law
to blockchain technology.
The antitrust law
- the Philippine Competition Act - is hardly known to Filipinos.
The Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have jointly issued written guidance for human resource (HR) professionals on how antitrust law
applies to employee hiring and compensation decisions (Guidance).
(3) Avoiding applying per se legality in the New Economy context is especially important considering the cost of litigation, time, and the difficulty of applying the doctrine to antitrust law
. This Article advocates for eliminating per se legality as it relates to innovation issues that stem from ideologies rather than particular facts.