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Antitrust aspects of joint ventures (Corporate practice series)
Thomas A Piraino
by Bureau of National Affairs
Written in English
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The book covers joint venture governance, antitrust aspects of joint ventures, and international trade considerations in forming and managing an international joint force. It includes valuable practical materials such as due diligence check lists and forms of agreement.
Joint Ventures: Antitrust Analysis of Collaborations Among Competitors is the first book to provide a comprehensive analysis of antitrust joint venture law in the immediate aftermath of the Supreme Court's landmark Dagher : Section members from the ABA Section of Antitrust.
Joint Ventures: Antitrust Analysis of Collaborations Among Competitors is the second edition of the Section's handbook on the antitrust analysis of the formation and conduct of joint ventures.
States and EEC antitrust laws. Other aspects of the joint venture, including the number of part-ners, their location, their competitive relationship, the size and nature of their respective businesses and of the joint venture, are all factors which, alone or in combination, may be relevant to the issue of legality under the applicable antitrust laws.
Get this from a library. Antitrust aspects of joint ventures. [Thomas A Piraino; Bureau of National Affairs (Arlington, Va.)]. Types of joint ventures -- IV. Distinguishing joint ventures from other cooperative arrangements -- V. The enforcement agencies\' approach to joint ventures -- VI.
Assessing ventures in which the competitive impact Is clear -- VII. The balancing test for joint ventures in existing markets -- VIII. Adverse effects resulting from the operation of. But the antitrust analysis of joint ventures also reaches, or can reach, trade associations, standard-setting bodies, patent pools, agreements to jointly market products, and even professional and amateur sports leagues.
A related issue is how to distinguish a JV from a full-blown merger, which is subject to merger control analysis. Antitrust and Anti-Competition Issues in Joint Ventures and Other Competitor Collaborations Scott P. Perlman Oral D.
Pottinger Partner Senior Associate () () [email protected] [email protected] March File Size: KB. Analyzing Joint Ventures under Section 1 of the Sherman Act. The antitrust analysis of joint ventures has been developed by the courts in numerous decisions, and also articulated by the Department of Justice and the FTC, most notably in the Collaboration Guidelines.
It can be broken down by reference to four inquiries. Joint ventures in health care can trigger antitrust concerns for two reasons.
First, parties to a joint venture are typically (but not always) competitors in at least one service market, and the purpose of the venture is to derive some joint economic benefit by pooling resources and achieving economies of. The Antitrust Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property (“Intellectual Property Guidelines ”) outline the Agencies’ enforcement policy with respect to intellectual property licensing agreements among competitors, among other things.
Antitrust Aspects of Joint Operations. A joint venture is an enterprise undertaken by two or more companies or other business organizations.
It may be carried on through a corporation, the stock of which is owned by the parties to the joint venture, or through an association or pursuant to a joint venture agreement. The book containing. Get this from a library. Antitrust aspects of Internet-music joint ventures: MusicNet and Pressplay.
[Bernhard Kofler-Senoner]. INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES AND THE U.S. ANTITRUST LAWS* JAMES R. ATWOODt OINT VENTURES are a perplexing area of antitrust. They raise questions under an array of traditional antitrust headings-price fixing, territorial restraints, licensing, mergers, etc.-and yet a traditional analysis rarely proves to be Size: KB.
Joint ventures (“JVs”) can require navigation of a potential minefield of antitrust issues, which we’ll explore in a series of six blog posts beginning with this introductory post. Not all of the law in this area is entirely settled, and there remain ongoing debates about some aspects of the antitrust treatment of JVs.
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Many of the new enterprises forming in the underdeveloped countries are joint ventures that represent a partnership between a foreign investor and either public or private national interests.
This new book tackles the complicated economic nature of joint ventures under competition law. Joint ventures are increasingly popular for firms seeking to gain economic advantage but the legal uncertainty that exists from a competition law perspective makes it difficult for firms to predict and adopt the safest policy when structuring and dealing with their joint : $ But joint ventures among competitors also can raise significant antitrust issues.
Those antitrust risks can be mitigated by careful planning and implementing appropriate guidelines. Please join Scott Perlman and Oral Pottinger as they discuss legal issues, business strategies and lessons learned from the formation and operation of joint. Research Joint Ventures: An Antitrust Analysis Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Law Economics and Organization 2(2) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
horizontal joint venture, presents at least the risk of reducing competition. In a merger, the reduction (by one) of the number of competitors is permanent and cuts across all product lines in which they competed. In a joint venture, the reduction is not permanent and typically covers less than.
JOINT VENTURES AND ANTITRUST POLICY NATURE AND USE OF JOINT VENTURES The corporate joint venture is a business entity created and owned by two or more corporate partners who desire to engage jointly in a business activity in which they have common interestsAntitrust law developments.
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Joint Ventures. G PreMerger Notification. B Competitive Injury. Antitrust Violation as .Posted in Healthcare Antitrust, Joint Ventures/Competitor Collaboration A recent decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit is important for competitors involved in joint ventures because it states what mode of antitrust analysis—the per se rule or the rule of reason—applies to the conduct of joint ventures when it is.