Deutsche Bahn should not be allowed to attach a new claim to its ongoing damages action against MasterCard that would attack a part of the card company’s interchange fee scheme that is the subject of an ongoing European Commission investigation, MasterCard said in court today.
Canada’s Competition Bureau last week said its investigations would be “seriously compromised” if the country’s courts force it to disclose information gathered during its investigations to private litigants.
A judge in the High Court of England Wales today stayed Microsoft Mobile’s damages lawsuit against battery makers, finding that the claims were subject to arbitration and not properly brought in English court – and criticised its submissions as not “full and frank”.
An appellate judge last week said he could see merit in arguments for and against compelling arbitration in an ongoing antitrust claim against Uber.
A judge hearing arguments in Anthem’s appeal against a merger block said the health insurance market’s “unusual” features make it difficult to find precedents for the government’s claim that savings from lower input costs should not be considered as antitrust efficiencies.
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