Abrams, Commins, Foix: "United States Private Antitrust Litigation: Counterclaims," Global Competition Review's The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2017

Articles / January 15, 2017

Partners Robert Abrams, Gregory Commins and Danyll Foix authored an article published in “The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2017,” published by Global Competition Review. Their article, “United States: Private Antitrust Litigation,” reviews counterclaims in antitrust litigation in the United States and discusses the strategies behind their use in intellectual property, franchise, distribution and other types of antitrust cases for which counterclaims should be considered by both plaintiffs and defendants.

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