US Ninth Circuit holds direct-purchaser antitrust plaintiffs lacked standing to seek damages for alleged antitrust price-fixing in the ATM services (ATM Fee Antitrust Litigation)

Having failed at obtaining federal standing to sue for damages under one exception to the Illinois Brick rule, the plaintiffs argued in the alternative that they had standing under the “ownership/control” exception to that rule. Again, the court

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Douglas Richards, Christopher J. Cormier, US Ninth Circuit holds direct-purchaser antitrust plaintiffs lacked standing to seek damages for alleged antitrust price-fixing in the ATM services (ATM Fee Antitrust Litigation), 12 June 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin US Private Enforcement, Art. N° 55014

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