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|An Overview Of Antitrust Law|
|Why Antitrust Matters|
|Unlawful Price Discrimination: An Obscure, Occasionally Useful Antitrust Doctrine|
|Articles by Mr. Markham on Trial Practice and Litigating Cases|
|Making Sense of the Rules of Evidence|
|Anatomy of a Lawsuit|
|How to Litigate a Lawsuit|
|Using a Referee to Resolve Complex Accounting Issues|
|Articles by Mr. Markham on Other Legal Issues|
|Foreclosure Law in California and Related Matters|
|An Overview of Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies|
|An Overview of Contract Law|
Our Recent Articles
The Qualcomm Case Isn’t Even a Close Call: Qualcomm Blatantly Misused Its Standard-Essential Patents to Restrain Trade and Monopolize Markets. By William Markham (© 2020).
The Extraordinary Qualcomm Case. The defining antitrust issues of our time are at stake in the landmark case of Fed Trade Comm'n v. Qualcomm Inc., (N.D. Cal. 2017, Case No. 17-CV-00220-LH) ("Qualcomm"). Qualcomm specifically concerns standard-essential patents and...
The DOJ’s Investigation of the Auto Producers’ Draft Agreement with California: It Is Misguided and Likely an Abuse of Power. By William Markham © 2019
The United States Department of Justice has reportedly begun an antitrust investigation of four major automakers for possible unlawful collusion in violation of United States antitrust law. The cause of this investigation? The automakers tentatively agreed with the...
I respectfully and strongly disagree with the Supreme Court's recent decision in the Amex case, in which the Supreme Court ruled, by a narrow 5-4 majority, that the government plaintiffs had failed to establish a prima facie case against American Express Company...
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