Law360, New York (October 8, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Multi-jurisdictional indirect purchaser litigation needs to be revisited because it does not make sense to have a system in which participants at different levels of commerce who claim to have been injured by the same conduct should be litigating those claims in different courts, says Kaye Scholer's Saul P. Morgenstern in our series of chats with high-profile antitrust lawyers.
Q. What attracted you to antitrust as a practice area? And what keeps you interested?
A. A fortunate accident, in the first instance, connected me with a...
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