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Parental Liability For A Subsidiary’s Antitrust Violations Under U.S. Law

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This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Samuel Miller, Ryan Sandrock, Nov 12, 2009 A frequently-arising issue in both civil and criminal antitrust cases in…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

Samuel Miller, Ryan Sandrock, Nov 12, 2009

A frequently-arising issue in both civil and criminal antitrust cases in the United States is whether a parent company can be held liable for the antitrust violations of a subsidiary or other related company. The applicable U.S. law on this issue is remarkably clear: corporate separateness and formalities must be respected. Simply because Company A has an ownership interest, even a 100 pe

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