international competition affect domestic antitrust policy

1439 results for international competition affect domestic antitrust policy

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  • 698 F.2d 1295 (5th Cir. 1983), 82-3119, Ingram Corp. v. J. Ray McDermott & Co., Inc.

    ...         The antitrust defendants in this interlocutory appeal, allowed ...., Inc.), its subsidiary McDermott International, Inc. (formerly Oceanic Contractors, Inc.), and ... between the defendants covered both domestic and foreign marine construction work. The ... that its false impression of competition in the marine construction industry was derived ...at 1328. Presenting a policy argument, Ingram argued that it would be reckless ...Our decision does not in any way affect those convictions. It has nothing whatsoever to ...

  • Anarchy, order, and trade: a structuralist account of why a global commercial legal order is emerging.

    ... of this legal order are complex international agreements; on the microlevel, private contracts ...Modeling and the Element of Competition VI. Conclusion I. Introduction . There is ... themselves to the force of specific domestic jurisdictions by including choice of forum ... and most acceptable to those affected by it?" (57) His answer is an interesting one and ..., Towards a Transnational Procedural Public Policy, in TOWARDS A Uniform International Arbitration ... Technology Choice Be a Concern of Antitrust Policy?, 9 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 283, 312-16 (1996). ...

  • What Are Courts For? Have We Forsaken the Procedural Gold Standard?
  • Dynamex Is Dynamite, but Epic Systems Is Its Foil - Chamber of Commerce: The Sleeper in the Trilogy.

    ... of Seattle's legislation under antitrust law is questionable but contends that the court's ... based upon flawed data and consequent policy. (28) Second, a worker who is characterized as an ... could be said of any state legislation affecting employee rights. (158) For instance, minimum wage ... under the California Unfair Competition Law ("UCL"), which protects a competitor who has ... the exclusion of farm workers (242) and domestic employees (243) from federal law allowed for ..., Stanford Law School '18, LL.M in International Economic Law, Business and Policy. . (1.) Keith ...

  • 768 F.3d 1245 (10th Cir. 2014), 13-3215, In re Urethane Antitrust Litigation

    This antitrust class action stemmed from an allegation that Dow Chemical Company conspired with its competitors to fix prices for polyurethane chemical products. Over Dow’s objection, the district court certified a plaintiff class including all industrial purchasers of polyurethane products during the alleged conspiracy period. The action went to trial, and the jury returned a verdict against Dow.

    ... Science, BASF Corporation, Huntsman International LLC, Lyondell Chemical Company, and Dow Chemical ... conspiracy for polyurethane products would affect all buyers. Crediting Dr. Beyer's report and his ... the evidence did not show a company-wide policy of discrimination or " a common mode of ...The clustering reduced the level of competition from companies building cable networks in areas ...McClave's exclusion of: (1) domestic demand variables for TDI, and (2) various demand ...

  • Service Details on Federal Reserve Actions To Support Interbank Settlement of Instant Payments

    ...healthy competition, increased innovation, and more equitable access. ...Act and longstanding Federal Reserve policy criteria for the . provision of new financial ...The . standard is published by the International Organization for . Standardization (ISO), an ...would facilitate domestic payments. Four commenters suggested that the . ...day may also affect its conventions for reporting and recording . ...the Federal Reserve is not subject to antitrust laws and suggested that . the private sector has ...

  • 376 U.S. 398 (1964), 16, Banco Nacional de Cuba v. Sabbatino

    ... when the questioned act violated international law, which the District Court found had been the ..., the underlying reason is one of national policy transcending the interests of the parties to the ... how to treat that wrong within its domestic borders.         Despite the broad ... were Erie extended to legal problems affecting international relations. 24 He cautioned that ... of invalidity of title might limit competition among sellers; if the excluded goods constituted ... of state doctrine, held only that the antitrust laws did not extend to acts committed by a ...

  • 322 F.3d 942 (7th Cir. 2003), 01-1693, United Phosphorus v. Angus Chemical CO.

    ... court, we encounter the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act, 15 U.S.C. § 6a (FTAIA), a 1982 amendment to the Sherman Act, which affects its reach in foreign commerce. The primary issue ..., and reasonably foreseeable effect" on domestic commerce. After a thorough analysis of the facts, ... reach of the United States laws in international trade and international relations has received a ...; Herbert Hovenkamp, Federal Antitrust Policy , § 21.2 (2d ed.). Referring directly to ... United States to act as the world's competition police officer. 1 See generally Spencer Weber ...

  • 102 F.3d 1494 (9th Cir. 1996), 94-15803, Amarel v. Connell

    ..., lengthy, and bitterly contested antitrust suit. Plaintiffs-appellants, independent ... rice shortage drove prices on the international rice market to record highs. The following year, ... Korea ("Korea"), which had experienced a domestic rice crop failure as a consequence of bad ... solely for the purpose of injuring competition." Plaintiffs also alleged defendants engaged in ... in the market claimed to have been affected by the allegedly depressed prices." We disagree ... on behalf of advertisers, that policy change induced some of plaintiffs' customers to ...

  • Employee class actions four years after WalMart v. Dukes.

    ... more narrowly, "in terms of a single policy or practice that applies to the entire class." ... compensation and promotion policies affecting all women; a strong Wal-Mart corporate culture, ... culture, and gender disparity in every domestic region of Wal-Mart. (21) The Ninth Circuit also ..., alleged that the defendant violated antitrust laws by using an anticompetitive "clustering ... certain markets, thereby eliminating competition and driving up prices for programming. Plaintiffs ...International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 863 Welfare Fund, ...

  • Dealing with trans-territorial executive rule-making.

    ... of law--national, supranational and international. . I. INTRODUCTION . Executive rule-making is ... of the content of foreign rules in the domestic legal system--both in the form of rules ... connecting factor in cases in which the affected activity originates within a state's territory ... been extra-territorial application of antitrust rules. (18) Newer forms of extraterritorial ... there are overriding concerns of public policy and that there exists a proportionate approach to ... is the work of the International Competition Network (ICN), which is an organization of ...

  • TRADEMARKS AND PRIVATE ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE.

    ... with the retreat from national and international public law modalities of environmental ..., though by no means determine, trademark policy. . INTRODUCTION . Can trademark law empower ..., by contrast, safeguard market competition by preventing free riding and reducing consumer ... and manufacturing that were once largely domestic, and thus under the jurisdiction of U.S. ... of Labels: How Their Introduction Affects the Functioning of Markets and the Welfare of All ...49 ANTITRUST & TRADE REG. REP. (BNA) 487 (Sept. 19, 1985). . ...

  • Appraising the Progressive State

    Since its origins in the late 19th century, the most salient characteristics of the progressive state have been marginalism in economics, the greatly increased use of scientific theory and data in policy making, and the encouragement of broad electoral participation. All have served to make progressive policy less stable than classical and other more laissez-faire alternatives. However, the...

  • De Minimis Exception to the Swap Dealer Definition

    ... 2. Regulatory History. 3. Policy Considerations. 4. De Minimis Calculation. ... 3. Section 15(a). D. Antitrust Considerations. I. Background. A. Statutory and ... by multiplying the estimated size of the domestic swap market by a 0.001 percent ratio suggested by ... to encourage participation and competition by allowing persons to engage in a de minimis ...-governmental or quasi-governmental international financial institutions are not included within ... in the market, which could adversely affect end-users who rely on small and mid-sized SDs ...

  • 561 U.S. 477 (U.S. 2010), 08-861, Free Enter. Fund v. Pub. Co. Accounting Oversight Bd.

    ... require technical considerations of agency policy. Pp. 3150-3151, 177 L.Ed.2d, at 720-722. 2. The ... of an Act does not necessarily defeat or affect the validity of its re­maining provisions, " ...Every accounting firm-both foreign and domestic- that participates in auditing public companies ... . Office of International Programs 10 CFR §1.29. Director. ... . Bureau of Competition 16 CFR §0.16. Associate Director. ... Deputy Director for Antitrust. . Associate Director for ...

  • The system of domestic counterterrorism law enforcement.

    ... alleged the existence of an "international Communist movement," (15) similar in form and ... how strategic external intervention might affect the network. (62) DNA, therefore, might be useful ... rules, constitutional rules, public policy, and public sentiment. In theory, these ... law enforcement successes, lack of competition in law enforcement, and a feedback loop operating ..., Competitive Realities, and Antitrust Policy, 1 Wm. & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 1, 14 (2010) ...

  • Towards an international judicial system.

    ... institutions, national governments, and domestic courts are considerably more ambiguous. In many ... and health and safety regulations that affect trade. Moreover, whereas previously international ... shaped by dynamics of cooperation and competition over time. (58) Complex systems theory further ... questions of public law, such as antitrust claims. As the Supreme Court has held: . ... very least, ala understanding as to the policy considerations underpinning salient aspects of ...

  • TOWARD RELATIVE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE REGIMES: RETHINKING CONCENTRATED OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE AROUND THE WORLD.

    ...Policy Considerations 244 1. Encouraging Cooperation ..."Deutschland AG"--and increasing the international variation in the identity of their shareholders. ... concentrated ownership structure in the domestic economy. (62) Recent economic data indicates that ... as being directly detrimental to competition in the local economy. (94) In this context, ... with regard to a transaction that affects the stability of the financial markets. In these ... Power of Institutional Investors, 81 ANTITRUST L. J. (forthcoming 2019) (manuscript at 5) ...

  • Rethinking the law firm organizational form and capitalization structure.

    ...The financial downturn of 2008 deeply affected the legal profession, and several firms went ...policy choices, concluding that global competition for ... have been traditionally defined by its domestic reach. (156) As the U.S. debate over law firm ..., and concludes by discussing how international reform and the pressures of globalization may ... United Kingdom and Australia stem from antitrust regulators and consumer advocacy groups, ...

  • Annual reports of committees of the Florida Bar.

    ...Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition Hypothetical discussing the interpretation of the ...The Board of Governors adopted a new policy interpreting Rule 4-7.19 regarding filing and .... RALPH A. DEMEO, Chair . Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law Certification . ... registration and recording law, international treaties and conventions, airport land use, the ..., as well as two general proposals that affect various rules and forms: . * Rule 1.020, Privacy ... with civil, criminal, traffic, juvenile, domestic violence and probate dockets; and Frank A. ...

  • 334 U.S. 131 (1948), 79, United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc.

    ... had the effect of suppressing price competition between exhibitors. Pp. 143-144. ... afforded by Congress for enforcing the antitrust laws, but it may authorize the maintenance of a ... that, although clearances might indirectly affect admission prices, they do not fix them, and that ... . (3) The policy of operation of the theaters involved, such as ...185; International Salt Co. v. United States , 332 U.S. 392, 400. ... theaters paid 45 percent of the total domestic" film rental received by all eight defendants.  \xC2"...

  • Patent nonuse and technology suppression: the use of compulsory licensing to promote progress.

    ... LICENSING FOR PATENTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL ARENA A. Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual ... to better promote technology competition and innovation. (51) . III. COMPULSORY LICENSING ... that intend to use the patent in the domestic market, therefore, is meant to combat abusive ... in practices that could "adversely affect the international transfer of technology." (61) . ... to compulsory licensing as a remedy for antitrust or misuse." (66) Countries have turned to ...Scherer, Comment, in COMPETITION POLICY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN THE ...

  • 705 F.2d 1030 (9th Cir. 1983), 81-5165, Northrop Corp. v. McDonnell Douglas Corp.

    ... non-justiciable political or foreign policy questions; . . (4) certain agreements ... Navy contract, Northrop lost the competition for a similar Air Force contract, and McDonnell ... of the Government because of the International" Traffic in Arms Regulations (\"ITARS\"), 22 C.F.R. \xC2"... rule that all parties who may be affected by a suit to set aside a contract must be ... to what is essentially a contract and antitrust action between private parties solely because the ... The fact that the Government is the sole domestic purchaser and regulates foreign F-18 sales does ...

  • Exemption From the Swap Clearing Requirement for Certain Affiliated Entities-Alternative Compliance Frameworks for Anti-Evasionary Measures

    ...condition workable for international corporate groups in the absence of . foreign ...Cost-Benefit Considerations. D. Antitrust Considerations. I. Background. A. Swap Clearing ... financial innovation and fair competition, and is . consistent with the public interest.\5\ ...adopting their domestic mandatory clearing regimes, some non-U.S. . ...Requirement and did not include a policy position in the Proposal. . Therefore, the ...Exemption will not affect any small entities, as the RFA uses that . term. ...

  • A step back from substantive competition policy convergence: the international implications of Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc. v. PSKS, Inc.

    ...Introduction . In a speech before the Antitrust 1996 Conference, Former Federal Trade ... of competition policy, the United States domestic response to Leegin will likely play a role in ...) E/73-74 (addressing practices which may "affect trade" or have as their "object or effect" ...