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ANTITRUST

Decisions about the licensing of NFL teams’ separately owned intellectual property constitute concerted activity and are thus covered by §1 of the Sherman Act. U.S. Supreme Court. American Needle, Inc. v. NFL, No. 08-661.  May 24, 2010. Lawyers USA No. ...

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Intel settles AMD claims for $1.25B

Intel Corp. will pay $1.25 billion to make peace with Advanced Micro Devices Inc., as the companies whose microprocessors run nearly all personal computers finally found common ground in a bitter and colorful dispute that caused international antitrust trouble for Intel.

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Bill to end med-mal insurers’ antitrust exemption advances

WASHINGTON – A bill that would end the antitrust exemption for health insurance and medical malpractice insurance companies was advanced by a House panel Wednesday. The bill, the Health Insurance Industry Antitrust Enforcement Act, H.R. 3596, would repeal the antitrust ...

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ANTITRUST

A price-squeeze claim may not be brought under the Sherman Act if the defendant didn’t have a duty to sell to the plaintiff at wholesale prices. Pacific Bell Telephone Co. v. linkLINE Communications, Inc., No. 07-512. Feb. 25, 2009.

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