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Competition and the Most Favored Nation Clause

BY | July 29, 2013

John Bigelow, Jason Wu, Jul 29, 2013 In her recent decision in the eBook price-fixing case U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote identified the Most Favored Nation (“MFN”) clause in…

John Bigelow, Jason Wu, Jul 29, 2013

In her recent decision in the eBook price-fixing case U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote identified the Most Favored Nation (“MFN”) clause in Apple’s contracts with book publishers as a component of the price-fixing conspiracy in which she found Apple and the publishers had engaged. This was a significant moment in the history of the controversial agreements because, up until then, defenders of MFN agreements had been fond of observing t

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