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Arbitrability determination not delegated to arbitrator, due to carve-out clause
The arbitration agreement’s clause excluding actions seeking injunctive relief from arbitration meant that for any action containing a claim for injunctive relief, the gateway arbitrability...
FCC chair moves for vote to approve T-Mobile/Sprint combination
Antitrust chief commends agency on moving forward with completion of review.
‘NFL Sunday Ticket’ subscribers get another shot at antitrust suit against NFL, DirecTV
A putative class of subscribers to DirecTV’s ‘NFL Sunday Ticket’ adequately alleged injury to competition, antitrust standing. Sherman Act, Section 2 claims also revived.
Dismissal of bid rigging claim involving church’s property lease affirmed
The Tenth Circuit also granted sanctions of double the church’s costs in an appeal that was deemed completely frivolous, even for a party acting pro se.
Price-fixing case against top pork producers fails for lack of parallel conduct fails for lack of parallel conduct
The plaintiffs made strong allegations of plus factors for the pork market, but failed to adequately allege parallel conduct, because they relied on industry-wide data showing production decreases.