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Jason contributes to the firm's Antitrust Law Source blog, which is designed for visitors to quickly and easily learn about developments in the growing antitrust arena. 

  

Recent Blog Posts

  • Putative class counsel in generic drug antitrust MDL can’t get a slice of the opt-out pie . . . At least not yet By Jason Dubner    Before even moving for certification of the putative classes they seek to represent, Interim Class Counsel (ICC) in the In re Generic Pharmaceuticals Pricing Antitrust Litigation sought to insure they would get not only their own piece of the pie, but also a sizable sliver of everyone else’s. Claiming they are prosecuting potentially “the largest cartel case in the history of the United States,” the ICC petitioned the court for preemptive orders that would have placed in escrow... More
  • Broiler chicken antitrust litigation gains momentum By Jason Dubner    As millions of Americans contemplate whether to fry, smoke or barbeque their chicken over the upcoming 4th of July holiday, the antitrust class action against our nation’s largest chicken producers—In Re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litigation, No. 16-cv-8637—took a significant turn this past week, when the U.S. Department of Justice formally intervened in the multi-district private litigation originally filed in 2016. DOJ granted leave to intervene and three-month discovery stay The DOJ’s June 21, 2019 Motion to Intervene and Stay Discovery... More