Tag Archives: Antitrust

5 antitrust trends to watch in 2019

By: Lesli C. Esposito and Brian J. Boyle 2018 was a memorable year for antitrust law. The US Supreme Court’s analysis of two-sided markets, the drama over high-profile merger challenges and heightened interest in no-poach agreements, among many other things, kept the antitrust bar on its toes. All signs point to 2019 being equally memorable. As we move … Continue Reading

New Ruling by the Supreme Court of Israel Marks a Potential Setback For Private Enforcement Against Alleged International Cartels

Recently, in a class action filed against several alleged member of the alleged international LCD cartel, the Supreme Court of Israel issued a decision, relating to the procedural matter of service. Although private enforcement of alleged international cartels has been on the rise in recent years; the decisions represents a potential setback for plaintiffs seeking … Continue Reading

Not the Last Word: The Final Report on the E-Commerce Sector Inquiry

On May 10th , DG Competition of the European Commission published the Final Report of its e-commerce sector inquiry, representing a proactive step for the Commission in fulfilling its competition-oriented aim of providing better access for businesses and consumers to online goods and service across Europe by removing unjustified company erected barriers. DLA Piper’s Antitrust and … Continue Reading