Welcome to the Winter 2015 issue of Greenberg Traurig's Antitrust Quarterly, a collection of articles written by our attorneys and focused on significant antitrust developments. This issue includes the following articles:
- FITTING CLONED HORSES THROUGH THE EYE OF AMERICAN NEEDLE - FIFTH CIRCUIT RAISES DOUBTS ABOUT ORGANIZATIONS CAPABLE OF CONSPIRING WITH THEIR MEMBERS
- THE FTC'S CONTINUING FOCUS ON TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
- By John J. Elliott – New York, NY
- REVISED CLAYTON ACT/HART-SCOTT-RODINO PREMERGER NOTIFICATION THRESHOLDS FOR 2015
- By Mary K. Marks – New York, NY
- ANTITRUST DAMAGES IN CIVIL ACTIONS: WILL THE NEW DIRECTIVE OPEN THE FLOODGATES?
- 'PATENT WARS' - INJUNCTIVE RELIEF LOOKING LESS LIKELY OPTION FOR STANDARD ESSENTIAL PATENT HOLDERS
- ENFORCEMENT OF EUROPEAN COMPETITION LAW BY THE NCAs AND MORE PARTICULARLY BY THE ACM
- CONFIRMATION OF THE EU PARENTAL LIABILITY DOCTRINE
- TENCENT VS. QIHOO - A SIGNIFICANT 2014 ANTI-MONOPOLY RULING IN CHINA
*Admitted to the practice of law in Israel and the state of New York in the United States, not licensed to practice law in the Netherlands.