Joseph Saveri Law Firm partner Steve Williams authored an article which appears in Cartels 2019, a global practice guide published by Chambers & Partners (“Chambers”). Steve’s submission appeared in the “Trends and Developments” section, covering:
- Should United States courts defer to foreign defendant’s’ state compulsion claims arguing that their conduct is permitted or required by foreign law; and
- Will the Supreme Court use the Pepper v. Apple case to overrule the Illinois Brick bar on indirect purchaser damage claims as has been suggested by United States Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division Makan Delrahim?
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