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Chadbourne has a distinguished history of providing business and competition advice on complex cross-border business transactions throughout the US, Europe and Asia in industries as diverse as pharmaceuticals, wine and spirits, private equity, computers and computer hardware, health and beauty aids, ecommerce, software, photography, electronic security, automotive, chemicals, ebooks, medical devices, networks, defense technology, ocean shipping and waste collection and disposal.

We regularly counsel clients through the pre-merger and merger process, negotiating with both domestic and foreign authorities, and advise clients on antitrust issues relating to intellectual property. We have helped our clients avoid fines and other penalties in governmental antitrust-related investigations, successfully represented companies against federal pricing and restraint of trade claims brought under the Robinson-Patman and Sherman Acts, and defended against claims alleged under a variety of other state and federal trade regulation laws and consumer protection statutes. By combining Chadbourne's capabilities in the antitrust arena with its skills in other practice groups, we offer our clients comprehensive representation and counseling.

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Yesterday FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai testified before the House Appropriations Committee, and in his lengthy statement, asked that Congress defund the FCC–or at least that part of...
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The United States District Court for the District of Columbia recently upheld the Federal Trade Commission’s rulemaking regarding the Hart-Scott-Rodino reportability of certain...
On January 23, 2014, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced revised notification thresholds pursuant to the Hart-Scott Rodino Act (HSR). Section 7A of the Clayton Act, 15 U....

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Yesterday FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai testified before the House Appropriations Committee, and in his lengthy statement, asked that Congress defund the FCC–or at least that part of...