FTC Condemns Pipe Maker's Exclusive Dealing Arrangements

, New York Law Journal


In his Antitrust column, Cahill Gordon & Reindel partner Elai Katz reviews developments of interest, including a decision holding the merger of online ratings platforms was an unlawful merger to monopoly after the judge accepted a limited relevant market definition, the imposition of the longest antitrust prison sentence on a former executive of a water freight carrier and the EC's acceptance of Google's proposed remedies to resolve concerns that it abused its dominant position with biased search results.

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