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Final Descent? The Future of Antitrust Immunity in International Aviation

BY | January 8, 2010

Benjamin Bradshaw, Bimal Patel, Sep 15, 2009 It is no secret that the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) traditionally have not seen eye to eye…

Benjamin Bradshaw, Bimal Patel, Sep 15, 2009

It is no secret that the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) traditionally have not seen eye to eye on the issue of antitrust immunity in international aviation. This year is no different. Indeed, 2009 has brought arguably the widest rift between the agencies since the modern era of immunity grants began following the conclusion of the U.S.-Netherlands Open Skies agreement in 1992. The lightning rod of c

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