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  • Blog: Antitrust UpdateTenth Circuit Clarifies Rule of Reason Analysis for Tying ClaimsPosted on March 27, 2017 by
    Tying is a chameleon in antitrust law.  Courts can condemn tying arrangements as either per se violations or as unlawful under the rule of reason.  For a per se tying violation, plaintiff must show that the defendant had economic power in the market for the tying item sufficient to enable it to restrain trade in [...]
  • Blog: Lawson Lundell Project Law BlogB.C. Court of Appeal review of the BC Environmental Assessment Process – Case Comment on Fort Nelson First Nation v. British ColumbiaPosted on January 5, 2017 by Laura Duke and Jennifer Nyland
    Posted by Laura Duke and Jennifer Nyland Introduction In Fort Nelson First Nation v. British Columbia (Environmental Assessment Office), 2016 BCCA 500, the B.C. Court of Appeal recently considered three issues involving the Reviewable Projects Regulation under B.C.’s Environmental Assessment Act: whether a letter from the Environmental Assessment Office (“EAO”) confirming a proponent’s interpretation of the Regulation is a judicially reviewable “decision”;... Continue Reading
  • Blog: INGOTS: Raw Thoughts and Unpolished IdeasA Break in the Glass Ceiling? Majority of Law Students are WomenPosted on December 20, 2016 by Spilman Administrator
    For the first time in history, there are more women in U.S. law schools – just over 50 percent of the seats at accredited law schools. According to The New York Times, a nearly equal amount of men and women … Continue reading →

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