Tag: U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

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Brief of the Federal Trade Commission as amicus curiae, taking no position on the merits of the case, but explaining that the district court erroneously dismissed the complaint on Noerr-Pennington antitrust exemption grounds.
Brief of the Federal Trade Commission arguing that the district court committed legal error by conflating two distinct analyses under antitrust law:  the existence of an antitrust violation, which requires a general showing of harm to the competitive process, and the question of...
Brief of the Federal Trade Commission As Amicus Curiae In Support of Plaintiffs-Appellants before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit addressing the applicability of the rule of reason under the antitrust laws to patent litigation settlements.  The brief points out that in...