CASE COMMENTS: FOREIGN CASE LAW - PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT – “DOMESTIC EFFECTS EXCEPTION” – FOREIGN CARTEL

Foreign cartel: The Illinois North District Court gives indications concerning the extraterritorial application of the U.S. federal antitrust law in the LCD cartel case (Motorola Mobility / AU Optronics)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Federal Court N.D. Ill, January 23, 2014, Motorola Mobility v. AU Optronics, aff. no. 09-cv-6610 It is almost a truism to say that the globalization of trade and the increase in the number of cases with an international dimension probably raise at present the most complex and sensitive issues for competition enforcement authorities and courts to resolve (on these issues, see J. Basedow, S. Francq and L. Idot, International Antitrust Litigation, Hart Publ. 2012). The topic is of course not new (L. Idot, "L'internationalisation du droit de la concurrence", JCP, Cah. Dr. Entreprise, 2000, No. 3, p. 27), but the challenges are regularly renewed (see topically

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Jean-Christophe Roda, Foreign cartel: The Illinois North District Court gives indications concerning the extraterritorial application of the U.S. federal antitrust law in the LCD cartel case (Motorola Mobility / AU Optronics) , 23 January 2014, Concurrences N° 2-2014, Art. N° 66056, pp. 218-220

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