Impact of Recent U.S. Competition Law Decisions on the Conduct of International Business Operations in the Energy Sector
OGEL 1 (2010),
in Antitrust in the Energy Sector
Mitchell, J. Benjamin
After a period of relative dormancy, the past decade was notable, from a competition law perspective, for a flurry of activity in the highest court of the United States interpreting the scope of the U.S. antitrust laws. These decisions occurred in a wide variety of contexts and industries, but the consistent theme was a tightening of the standards that private plaintiffs must meet when bringing competition claims in U.S. courts. The decisions erected higher procedural barriers to asserting such claims, and they held plaintiffs to stricter substantive requirements as well. All ...
D. Anderson; J.B. Mitchell; "Impact of Recent U.S. Competition Law Decisions on the Conduct of International Business Operations in the Energy Sector"
OGEL 1 (2010), www.ogel.org