McDermott Will & Emery (Chicago)

Karne O. Newburn

McDermott Will & Emery (Chicago)
Lawyer (Associate)

Karne O. Newburn is an associate in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery and is based in the Firm’s Chicago office. She focuses her practice on antitrust and competition. During law school, Karne was a note and comment editor for the Wisconsin International Law Journal and a member of the University of Wisconsin Moot Court Board. Karne also served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Shirley S. Abrahamson, Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Prior to law school, Karne worked as an Honors Paralegal for the United States Department of Justice, Tax Division and as a legislative aide in the United States Senate. Karne is admitted to practice in Illinois and Wisconsin.

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Karne O. Newburn The US District Court for the Northern District of California jury finds an electronics company liable for conspiring to fix prices on liquid crystal display panels and awards damages (Best Buy Company / HannStar Display / Toshiba)

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On September 3, 2013, a California federal jury unanimously found HannStar Display Corp. liable for conspiring to fix prices on liquid crystal display (LCD) panels. However, the jury found co-defendant Toshiba Corporation not liable. The jury awarded plaintiff Best Buy Company $7.47 million (...)

Joseph F. Winterscheid, Karne O. Newburn, Stephen Wu The New York Appellate Court rejects NY Attorney General’s challenge of alleged minimum resale price maintenance (RPM) scheme, holding that New York state statute does not render RPM agreements illegal per se and that restrictions that merely relate to minimum advertised prices do not constitute RPM agreements (Tempur-Pedic)

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A recent New York state appeals court decision highlights the need for suppliers to continue exercising caution when adopting and implementing a resale price maintenance policy. On May 8, 2012, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court affirmed a lower court’s decision that (...)

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