Thursday, August 29, 2013

More Reading on Coordinated Effects, Mavericks and the AMR/US Merger

As an addendum to my earlier posts on the concepts of coordinated effects and mavericks as applied to the DOJ's challenge to the American/US merger, I wanted to pass along a 2002 speech by former U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division Deputy Assistant Attorney General William J. Kolasky entitled Coordinated Effects in Merger Review: From Dead Frenchmen to Beautiful Minds and Mavericks. The speech provides an excellent overview of both concepts and, though its more than a decade old, it sheds some light on how coordinated effects have been viewed within the agency.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/aviation/2013/08/more-reading-on-coordinated-effects-mavericks-and-the-amrus-merger.html

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