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FTC Adjusts HSR And Clayton Act Reporting Thresholds - January 2013
Each year, the Federal Trade Commission adjusts the reporting thresholds under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 based on the change in gross national product from the prior year.
United States
15 Jan 2013
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FTC Adjusts HSR And Clayton Act Reporting Thresholds
Each year, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") adjusts the reporting thresholds under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 (the "H-S-R Act") based on the change in gross national product from the prior year.
United States
2 Feb 2012
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India's New Competition Guidelines Present A Minefield For M&A And Private Equity Globally
About this time each year, CNBC raises the adage "Sell in May and go away," about the U.S. stock market.
India
6 Jul 2011
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U.S. Supreme Court Ends "Per Se" Illegality Of Minimum Resale Price Holders Of Maintenance Agreements, Manufacturers And Licensors Should Have Cautious Optimism
Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc. v. PSKS, Inc., 551 U.S. ___ (2007), the U.S. Supreme Court made it easier for manufacturers and licensors to set the minimum price at which their goods can be sold. This practice, commonly known as minimum resale price maintenance ("RPM") had long been considered per se (automatically) illegal under a nearly century-old line of court decisions.
United States
13 Aug 2007
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ITC Flexes Its Muscle In Cell Phone Case; Agency Can Offer IP Rightsholders Broad Relief Against Infringement
Considering a new cell phone or iPhone alternative? Your choices will be limited by the U.S. International Trade Commission’s ("ITC") recent order banning new models of next-generation cell phones from entering the United States.
United States
29 Jun 2007
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Proposed U.S. Patent Office Rule Changes Could Significantly Affect Portfolio Development
Earlier this year, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) proposed a series of new rules to streamline the examination of patent applications. If adopted in their current form, the rules will significantly affect how applicants develop their patent portfolios. At the moment, it is unclear what the final rules will be. Furthermore, the USPTO has not specified when the new rules will go into effect, but has indicated that at least 30 days’ advance notice will be given.
United States
3 Nov 2006
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