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Kay’s Kloset and Einer Elhauge

 |  November 16, 2010

From a recent story, Einer Elhauge has agreed to take a pro bono client, Kay’s Kloset, in the seemingly never-ending fight to overturn Leegin:

At which point price-fixing made a comeback as retailers, now freed from a 100-year-old law that kept them from being able to set minimum prices, went back to the good ol’ days of telling stores where to set their prices. Which is why the case of Kay’s Kloset has made a return appearance on the Supreme Court’s to-do list: The Wall Street Journal notes this morning that Harvard law professor Einer R. Elhauge has taken the case pro bono and is appealing the ’07 decision, should the Supremes choose to accept.

For the full story, see http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2010/11/the_curious_antitrust_case_of.php