Antitrust

Essential Facilities and Natural Gas Pipelines

, New York Law Journal

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Antitrust columnist Elai Katz reviews recent developments, including the Tenth Circuit's affirming the dismissal of antitrust claims asserting concerted denial of access to an essential facility in the natural gas market in western Colorado and a district court's acceptance of a narrow relevant market proposed by the U.S. Department of Justice, ensuring the government's successful challenge to Aetna's proposed acquisition of rival health insurer Humana.

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