Third Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Class Action Suit by Foreign Travel Agents Against U.S. Airlines: U.S. Laws do not Protect Foreign Markets from Anticompetitive Effects; FTC to Reexamine the Actual Competitive Effects of Concluded Mergers: Retro-Challenges to Anticompetitive Mergers Ruled In!;    Antitrust and False Claims: Fried Frank Lawyers Examine Government Actions; International Antitrust Regulations Discussed, Consensus Sought; FTC Finds No Anticompetitive Effects in Cruise Lines Merger
Despite High Levels of Concentration; Final Judgment Could Top a Half Billion Dollars Based on Bundled Pricing Program

Third Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Class Action Suit by Foreign Travel Agents Against U.S. Airlines: U.S. Laws do not Protect Foreign Markets from Anticompetitive Effects; FTC to Reexamine the Actual Competitive Effects of Concluded Mergers: Retro-Challenges to Anticompetitive Mergers Ruled In!; Antitrust and False Claims: Fried Frank Lawyers Examine Government Actions; International Antitrust Regulations Discussed, Consensus Sought; FTC Finds No Anticompetitive Effects in Cruise Lines Merger Despite High Levels of Concentration; Final Judgment Could Top a Half Billion Dollars Based on Bundled Pricing Program


Antitrust and Competition Law Alert #16
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