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FTC brings first product-hopping claim in Suboxone settlement

Leavin’ Town: The Tipline for 15 July 2019

Antitrust Division may credit existing compliance programmes

Third Circuit orders retrial in headset antitrust case

Year in preview: antitrust on a “blue wave”

For the first time in eight years, Democrats control the US House of Representatives and its antitrust subcommittee. With that comes a bully pulpit, but also a big stick of investigation and potentially legislation.

Q&A with Martha Samuelson

Analysis Group chief executive Martha Samuelson has worked as an economist on some of the most well-known US antitrust cases in recent years. She advised MasterCard against government and private challenges to its anti-steering provisions, and a group of defendants in the Optical Disk Drive Products antitrust litigation alleging a price-fixing conspiracy. In this wide-ranging interview, she talks about the AT&T/Time Warner trial ruling, digital markets, the Supreme Court’s Amex judgment and whether merger analysis needs to include effects on workers.

Litigators of the week: Kellogg Hansen Todd Figel & Frederick

Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh is not known for an expansive view of the federal antitrust laws, but he sided with iPhone users bringing antitrust claims – a win for their counsel at Kellogg Hansen Todd Figel & Frederick.

Hot Docs – Hovenkamp, hospital-home bias and a healthy dose of judicial review

While the recent heatwave may have you inside by the air-conditioning all day, we have collected the hottest docs in antitrust to keep you entertained.