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About Circuit Conflicts in Antitrust Litigation
This practical guide surveys current conflicts among the Circuit Courts of Appeal in antitrust litigation. It brings together in one place an accurate and comprehensive discussion of the Circuit conflicts. Some conflicts are procedural, some evidentiary, and others concern substantive law. This time-saving book provides the practitioner with a quick, reliable means of identifying conflicts that may impact specific cases.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Venue and Service of Process in Section 12 of The Clayton Act
Chapter 2 Applying Forum Non Conveniens in International Antitrust Cases
Chapter 3 Conspiracy Theory Jurisdiction
Chapter 4 The Public Disclosure Bar in Qui Tam Suits
Chapter 5 The Mercoid Exception in Compulsory Counterclaims
Chapter 6 Standing of a Merger Target to Challenge the Merger
Chapter 7 Antitrust Standing in Pharmaceutical Cases Lacking Regulatory Approval
Chapter 8 "Monopoly Leveraging" Theory of Liability
Chapter 9 Burdens of Proof in Establishing Anti-Competitive Effect
Chapter 10 Antitrust liability from Tying Parts to Service of Product
Chapter 11 Satisfying the "In" or "Affecting" Commerce Requirement of Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act
Chapter 12 "Reverse" or "Exclusionary" Payments Among Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
Chapter 13 Can a Hospital Conspire with Its Medical Staff for the Purposes of Sherman Act Section I?
Chapter 14 Damages and Illegal Ties
Chapter 15 Above-Cost Bundled Discounts: Do They Alone Violate Section 2?