Lawyer in the foyer: The Tipline for 10 July 2019
With the amplification of its amicus programme, the Department of Justice’s antitrust division wants you to know that it is closely watching private litigation. Today we look at two cases in which the agency questions whether the defendants are actually immune from antitrust claims under US law. And while the courts are the final arbiters, the Antitrust Division’s attorneys are looking for opportunities to weigh in.
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