international competition affect domestic antitrust policy

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  • Securities class actions against foreign issuers.

    ...Policy Concerns Arguably Justifying Imposition of ...The decision will also materially affect U.S. economic relations with other countries. ... if the claim had instead been entirely domestic. Such a country is faced with deciding whether to ... makes capital relatively mobile internationally, competitive forces push capital toward receiving ...Such competition can eliminate what would otherwise be monopoly ... to them by the defendant pursuant to an antitrust consent decree. (282) . The Court justified its ...

  • THE TRUMP PUBLIC LANDS REVOLUTION: REDEFINING 'THE PUBLIC' IN PUBLIC LAND LAW.

    ...Streamlining the National Environmental Policy Act 363 V. CONCLUSION 366 APPENDLX 1--NATIONAL ... blocks to other deregulatory efforts affecting public land management. (17) However, the Trump ...(252) Interstate economic competition affected by environmental regulation is hardly an ... contact between a bighorn population and domestic sheep grazing on federal land . --Stop the border ...on Regulatory Reform, Commercial, and Antitrust Law 4 (2017), https://perma.cc/GQ9H-96XB ... studies indicate that to meet international climate goals of keeping global temperatures from ...

  • 553 F.2d 964 (5tht Cir. 1977), 75-2779, Heatransfer Corp. v. Volkswagenwerk, A. G.

    ... Heatransfer Corporation filed a private antitrust suit, pursuant to Section 4 of the Clayton Act, ...may substantially lessen competition in the sale of air-conditioners for Volkswagen, ... considering the increase of sales among domestic and foreign manufacturers of cars in direct ... among the Volkswagen distributors, International Auto Sales in New Orleans, agreed to purchase ..." amount of interstate commerce is affected. International Salt Co. v. United States, 332 ... conceptions of justice and public policy require that the wrongdoer shall bear the risk of ...

  • Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Compressors

    ...SUMMARY: The Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1975 (EPCA), as amended, ... proposed standard is likely to lessen competition. The U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust ... The national operating savings are domestic U.S. consumer monetary savings that occur as a ... advantage of consistency with International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Technical ... comment on any market trends that may affect the efficiency of such equipment in the future. ...

  • 847 F.2d 1052 (3rd Cir. 1988), 87-5328, Environmental Tectonics v. W.S. Kirkpatrick, Inc.

    ...KIRKPATRICK, INC., Development International . Corporation, Dic (Holding) Inc., IDC ... that added common law counts to ETC's antitrust, RICO, and anti-racketeering counts. ETC also ... the conduct of the Nation's foreign policy." Citibank, 406 U.S. at 769, 92 S.Ct. at 1814 ..., Occidental Petroleum, were in competition for an off-shore oil concession offered by Um Al ... that may embarrass a foreign state or affect the political branches' conduct of foreign ... that the Fifth Amendment is only a domestic shield, which guards against self-incrimination ...

  • Response to Public Comments on the Proposed Final Judgment: United States v. InBev NV/SA, InBev USA LLC, and Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc

    ...DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Antitrust Division. United States v. InBev NV/SA, InBev USA ...18 by substantially reducing competition for the sale of beer in the Buffalo,. Rochester, ... competing social and political interests affected by a proposed antitrust consent decree must be ... Divestiture Assets must remain priced at domestic beer levels, maintain brand (e.g., Labatt Blue ...Task Force on Competition Policy and Antitrust Laws questioning the. ``hands off ... Series as well as four Canada Cup international ice hockey tournaments. (See Exh. D.). Several ...

  • World trade law after Doha: multilateral, regional, and national approaches.

    .... Over the past twenty-five years, international trade expanded in a robust manner, outpacing ... remains a major focus of government policy and actions. (18) If one adds Japan's on-going ..."Singapore Issues" of investment, anti-competition rules, trade facilitation, and transparency in ... areas, were the only means to securing domestic support for further concessions on agricultural ... countries, but whether it would improve antitrust enforcement significantly world-wide is less ... some limitations they would adversely affect United States interests. (114) As a result, ...

  • 498 F.2d 851 (2nd Cir. 1974), 1090, Missouri Portland Cement Co. v. Cargill, Inc.

    ... appeal, it should be determined that no antitrust violation has been shown. Such cases require a ...Cargill's policy is to derive profits by selling a large volume at ... 'section(s) of the country' in which competition is allegedly being foreclosed, 15 U.S.C. § 18, ..., or owned by enormous national or international cement companies, or poor prospects for the ... on the United States marketings of the domestic beet sugar industry and all other sugar suppliers ... believe it was sufficiently material to affect the tender decision. The other omission concerned ...

  • Toward a Multilateral Competition Policy Regime?

    ... nations have created their own set of antitrust laws. Furthermore, a series of well-functioning .... Strangely, international competition policy has received attention only ... practices between companies that may affect trade between the member states and restrict ... conspiracy to monopolize or restrain the domestic or foreign commerce of the United States is not ...

  • 872 F.2d 1401 (9th Cir. 1989), 86-5859, City of Long Beach v. Standard Oil Co. of California

    ... PRODUCTS ANTITRUST LITIGATION--MDL 150. . Nos. 86-5859, 86-5860. . ... and causes harm to itself and to competition in general. See Matsushita, 475 U.S. at 586, 106 ... Inlet oil in a manner that assisted their policy" of underpricing heavy California oil.      \xC2"... California Comptroller that a surplus of domestic crude existed in the region. The statement is ... existence of the Entitlements Program may affect potential damages significantly. ...Barnes, 759 F.2d at 679; Foremost International Tours v. Quantas Airways Ltd., 525 F.2d 281, 284 ...

  • 459 F.3d 1249 (11th Cir. 2006), 04-15878, Daewoo Motor America, Inc. v. General Motors Corp.

    ...(GMDAT) on the ground of international comity. Daewoo America complained that its legal ... of the Cartwright Act, unfair competition, unjust enrichment, successor liability, ... Plan of Daewoo Korea did not affect any property interest of Daewoo America and did ... because it violated American public policy notions of what is decent and just." ... MOU provided that certain Daewoo Korea domestic and foreign assets, including several ... California's Cartwright Act, 13 an antitrust statute; they "conspired, combined, and entered ...

  • I'm still your baby: Canada's continuing support of U.S. linkage regulations for pharmaceuticals.

    ...Debate Preceding Bill C-91 B. "Original Policy Intent" C. "Patent-Specific" Analysis D. ... under TRIPS and NAFTA to support the domestic pharmaceutical industry. (2) The original policy ... Canadian drug regulation were made that affected both the mechanisms and speed of approval. (12) ... firms from innovating at a level of competition that would provide the greatest benefit to ...(93) . According to the Oxford International Dictionary, (94) the word "innovate" evolved from ... Court: The Silence is Deafening, 53 ANTITRUST BULLETIN 849 (2008). . (164.) For a review of ...

  • List of conference speakers.

    ... at Weil Gotshal in the firm's International Arbitration and Trade practice, is an al trade policy strategist and litigator for companies and ...He has a number of publications on domestic, international, and comparative labor law and ... on all forms of trade remedies affecting the movement of goods and services across ... She specializes in Transportation and Competition (Antitrust) Law. She has advised clients ...

  • 665 F.2d 1072 (D.C. Cir. 1981), 81-1346, F.T.C. v. Weyerhaeuser Co.

    ... might be "substantially to lessen competition in the production of corrugating medium in the ..." that a party is about to violate the antitrust laws and that an injunction pending resolution of ...1956) (shareholders of Domestic Finance Corp. sought to enjoin merger with ...International Telephone & Telegraph Corp., 306 F.Supp. 766 ... Weyerhaeuser and Menasha" and would "affect the availability of corrugating medium." ... harm to acquired company's merchandising policy), aff'd, 206 F.2d 738 (2d Cir. 1953). 39 Elco ...

  • 436 F.2d 185 (D.C. Cir. 1970), 23012, National Air Carrier Ass'n v. C. A. B.

    ... Flyers Airline Corporation, Capitol International Airways, Inc., Overseas National Airways, Inc., ... (IATA) is a trade organization of domestic and foreign air carriers which are engaged in ... approval of an IATA resolution confers antitrust immunity by virtue of section 414 of the Act, 49 ...7.) The competition between the supplementals and the scheduled ... a serious impact upon those adversely affected by anti-competitive features in an agreement. ... aspect of the Board's regulatory policy since the Local Cartage Agreement Case, 15 C.A.B. ...

  • International enforcement law trends for 2010 and beyond: can the cops keep up with the criminals?

    ...During the last decade a major public policy issue in the United States--and indeed the ... period, OECD issued its harmful tax competition initiative with a list of tax havens that did not ..., securities, commodities futures, antitrust, intellectual property, customs, export control, ... manner in which international institutions affect collaboration among states. Known as regime ... from one another and that demarcate the "domestic" from the "international" sphere. (59) . Networks ...

  • Globalization and structure.

    ... include the power to enact and enforce domestic laws, (6) make war, (7) reach international ... for an accommodation of international policy demands with the U.S. constitutional system, ... rates, (112) and in 1890 the Sherman Antitrust Act prohibited anticompetitive monopolies. (113) ... regulate activities that substantially affect interstate commerce, even if those activities are ..., for example, creates policy competition among states; citizens can maximize their ...

  • Misalignment: corporation risk-taking and public duty.

    ..., the analysis below shows--and policymakers agree (23)--that they too are inadequate to .... Systemic harm instead affects a wide range of third parties in unpredictable ... the Delaware legislature, because most domestic firms are incorporated under Delaware law) or by ..., systemic risk is a national and international problem, not usually a local state problem. (162) ...Gabriel Jimenez et al., How Does Competition Impact Bank Risk-Taking? (Fed. Reserve Bank of ... of Corporate Governance Standards and Antitrust Compliance, 58 S.D. L. Rev. 499, 502 (2013) ...

  • 425 F.Supp.2d 1321 (CIT. 2006), 05-00324, Canadian Lumber Trade Alliance v. United States

    .... United States Court of International Trade. . April 7, 2006 . . . [Copyrighted ... two key questions: First, whether domestic law authorizes the Government of Canada and/or ... statute," (2) it will consult with the affected party before adopting the amending statute, and ...allow increased competition' against them." U.S. Telecom Ass'n v. FCC, 295 ...1969) ("because of the policy encouraging free and open competition--a policy ... suit against existing competitors in antitrust, copyright, and trade cases. Accordingly, this ...

  • 830 F.2d 449 (2nd Cir. 1987), 866, O.N.E. Shipping Ltd. v. Flota Mercante Grancolombiana, S.A.

    ... this suit brought under the Sherman Antitrust Act, 15 U.S.C. Sections 1, 2 (1982), on the ... the Supreme Court analyzed the significant policy considerations and "constitutional underpinnings" ...International Ass'n of Machinists v. OPEC, 649 F.2d 1354, 1359 ... a monopoly for itself and exclude all competition.".         O.N.E.'s allegations make ..., and reasonably foreseeable effect" on domestic commerce, import commerce or the export trade or ... which there is explicit purpose to harm or affect American commerce,. 6. the foreseeability of ...

  • 740 F.2d 1023 (D.C. Cir. 1984), 83-1490, Brae Corp. v. United States

    .... INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY, Petitioner, . v. . UNITED ...Carrying Out the Rail Transportation Policy ...... 1046. 1. Incentives for large ...These decisions, affecting approximately twenty-five percent of . . all ..., specifically focusing on questions of antitrust liability. The Boxcars decisions became effective ... analysis was the pervasive pattern of competition between trucks and rails, as evidenced at least ... are identical to those advanced by many domestic carriers, particularly short-line railroads. 74 ...

  • 602 F.3d 797 (7th Cir. 2010), 09-2672, United States v. Leija-Sanchez

    ...), a former employee who had gone into competition with his organization. Assassins in ... is engaged in, or the activities of which affect", interstate or foreign commerce.         \xC2"  Criminal businesses may be international in scope; the indictment alleges that ... (2004), concludes that this nation's antitrust laws apply to the domestic effects of foreign ...Federal policy is instead to stamp out counterfeit-document ...

  • Ambiguities in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Unnecessary Costs of Fighting Corruption?

    I. Introduction II. Provisions of The Act III. Policy Considerations A. Extraterritoriality B. Dual Policy Concerns: Effects of Corruption Versus Competitive Disadvantage IV. Ambiguities A. Vague Definitions of Prohibited Conduct 1. Intent and Knowledge Requirements 2. Exceptions and Defenses B. Absence of a Standard of Conduct C. Multicultural Considerations V. Unnecessary Costs VI. Potential...

    ... the problem of corruption in international business transactions. The Act criminalizes ... will establish a more effective policy, by reducing unnecessary costs and promoting ...1 After the discovery of illegal domestic political contributions, investigations by the ... such official to use his influence to affect any act or decision of the government in order to ..., estimated that in 200 overseas competitions during an eight year period, American companies ... at 494 (suggesting an approach like the Antitrust Merger Guidelines; "The DOJ could also officially ...

  • 856 F.2d 226 (D.C. Cir. 1988), 86-1465, Superior Court Trial Lawyers Ass'n v. F.T.C.

    ... constituted an "unfair method of competition" and entered an order requiring the petitioners ... political activity exempted from the antitrust laws by the First Amendment or that it was a form ... of services rather than its role as a policy maker.        Id. at 582, 583-89. Nor did ... the rule to horizontal arrangements affecting price or quantity, in each case reversing the ... that national security depends upon a domestic supply of boots and foodstuffs and everything ... maintain an army during a period of international conflict. We hold only that the evidentiary ...

  • American Needle v. NFL: an opportunity to reshape sports law.

    ...NFL, RELATED ANTITRUST PRINCIPLES, AND APPLICATIONS TO THE NFL AND ... power in ways that unduly impair competition or harm consumers, be it in terms of increased ... from section I if they primarily affect "mandatory subjects of bargaining"--namely, in ...The NCAA's policy limited the right of individual schools to ... intriguing still by the rise of international basketball opportunities that, in terms of ... countries produce annually in Gross Domestic Product. See Ross C. Paolino, Upon Further ...