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ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2016: International perspectives on online vertical restraints

As Co-Chair of the Antitrust Practice Group, it is my pleasure to bring you a series of articles summarizing some of the seminars presented at the recent ABA Antitrust Section Spring Meeting. The Spring Meeting is the Antitrust Section’s hallmark event and brings together thousands of competition and consumer protection attorneys and related professionals from across the globe. The 2016 Spring Meeting was a great success and kudos to all the organizers and presenters. Several members of our Antitrust Practice attended the meeting and have summarized some of the more interesting topics presented. To start us off, Chris Yook’s article

Part Two: Section one of The Sherman Act – Vertical restraints

Dealing with suppliers or customers….are there any concerns?

Can agreements with suppliers or customers, as opposed to those with competitors, ever run afoul of the Sherman Act? In this podcast, Jay Levine answers that question and provides a brief outline of the Sherman Act’s applicability to “vertical restraints.”…

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