Category Archives: Antitrust Litigation

The Election of 1912 and the Debate over Antitrust Policy

Since the initial initial passage of the Sherman Act in 1890, the antitrust laws have been the subject of great debate among lawyers, economists, and judges. Little interest, however, has been shown by the popular media in this debate over … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Rules That State Attorneys General Are Not Bound by the Class Action Fairness Act

The Class Action Fairness Act (“CAFA”) permits a defendant to remove a “mass action” from state to federal court, eliminating some requirements relating to diversity of citizenship. A “mass action” is defined as a civil action in which the monetary … Continue reading

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