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Recovery in the U.S. for Price Fixing Abroad: The Future of FTAIA Litigation

BY | November 17, 2011

Alicia Batts, Keith Butler, Nov 16, 2011 As global economic trade has increased, so has the number of price-fixing plaintiffs who have sought recovery in U.S. courts under U.S. antitrust…

Alicia Batts, Keith Butler, Nov 16, 2011

As global economic trade has increased, so has the number of price-fixing plaintiffs who have sought recovery in U.S. courts under U.S. antitrust laws for damages suffered as a result of cartel activity abroad. Historically, plaintiffs suing in U.S. courts under U.S. laws have had a difficult time getting beyond the pleadings stage in cases targeting foreign price-fixing. But that may be changing.

Recent cases interpreting the Foreign Trade Antitrust Imp

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