Customs Law

Lawrence M. Friedman
August 1 2016

Intended for use in law schools to teach the legal and administrative aspects of customs law in the U.S including tariff classification, valuation, enforcement and related litigation. Although designed as a text, the book is a valuable resource for practitioners and for corporate compliance professionals. To preview or order, click here

INBLF Press Release – SelectUSA Summit June 2016

June 15 2016

International Network of Boutique Law Firms Sponsors SelectUSA Investment Summit WASHINGTON, DC, June 15, 2016 –The International Network of Boutique Law Firms (INBLF) will be a principal service provider sponsor of the SelectUSA Investment Summit June 19-21 in Washington, D.C. Click here to view story as it originally appeared

Recent California Federal District Court Decision, in Alleged “Hub-and-Spoke” Antitrust Conspiracy, Allows Plaintiff to Aggregate Competitive Effects of Separate Vertical Agreements to Show Antitrust Injury in Claim Against the “Hub” but not the “Spokes”.

October 28 2013

In the antitrust context, a “rimless wheel” – or “hub-and-spoke” – conspiracy is not a general conspiracy but instead amounts to multiple conspiracies between the common defendant – e.g., a distributor – and each of the other defendants – e.g., multiple suppliers. This means that, absent allegations establishing a “rim” between the spokes, a hub-and-spoke…

California Courts Are Beginning To Reexamine Their Outdated Decisions Addressing Vertical Price and Other Distributional Restraints Under The Cartwright Act

October 13 2013

Thirty-five years ago, the California Supreme Court held that vertical price fixing is per se unlawful under California’s antitrust statute. 1 Since then, however, modern economic analysis and federal antitrust jurisprudence have evolved dramatically away from the antiquated common law “restraints on alienation” approach to per se condemnation. For the past thirty years, the California…

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