2012 Year in Review: Antitrust and Business Litigation

01/01/2013

In 2012, a federal court of appeals issued a significant antitrust opinion that recognized the possibility that nonexclusive contracts may constitute de facto exclusive dealing arrangements. At the same time, Texas state courts have considered whether attorneys’ fees may be awarded in cases - like many class action merger lawsuits - that result in non-monetary recovery for plaintiffs. These developments should give antitrust and business litigators much to ponder in 2013.

Excerpted from Texas Bar Journal, 2012 Year in Review: Antitrust and Business Litigation, Jan. 1, 2013. To view the full article, click the PDF linked below.

PDF - 2012 Year in Review: Antitrust and Business Litigation.pdf

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