The US Supreme Court denies petition to review conviction for conspiring to obstruct justice in a price-fixing investigation in carbon products industry (Norris)

Antitrust Decision from Supreme Court Unlikely During Current Term* It is beginning to look like the U.S. Supreme Court will not be taking up any antitrust cases in the current term. Last week, the Court denied six petitions for review in antitrust-related matters. Just yesterday, the Court denied a petition for review in a Federal Trade Commission antitrust enforcement action. There have been far fewer petitions in antitrust cases than in previous terms, and only one petition for review of an antitrust decision remains pending before the Court. As a result, the October 2011 term will most likely be a repeat of the prior term, in which the High Court issued no antitrust decisions. Review Denials On the first Monday in October, the Supreme Court declined to review four

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Jeffrey May, The US Supreme Court denies petition to review conviction for conspiring to obstruct justice in a price-fixing investigation in carbon products industry (Norris), 3 October 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin US Supreme Court, Art. N° 39330

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