The US Supreme Court to review US Court of Appeals decision on standing in antitrust cases (Visa / Mastercard)

Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Sufficiency of Antitrust Conspiracy Allegations in the Context of Business Associations* Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court wrapped up its regular business for the October 2015 term, but not before deciding to put an antitrust case on the docket for the next term. In addition, a few antitrust petitions remain on the docket that could potentially lead to additional antitrust issues being addressed by the Court next year. On June 28, the Court agreed to review a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., which revived price fixing claims that were brought against Visa, MasterCard, and affiliated banks by automatic teller machine (ATM) operators, as well as consumers who purportedly paid excessive fees when using these machines. The

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Jeffrey May, The US Supreme Court to review US Court of Appeals decision on standing in antitrust cases (Visa / Mastercard), 28 June 2016, e-Competitions Bulletin Burden of proof, Art. N° 81328

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