Law360, New York (June 9, 2014, 9:25 PM EDT) -- The Tenth Circuit affirmed the dismissal of JetAway Aviation LLC's antitrust suit against a Colorado county, ruling Monday that the contractor had no standing to bring claims that the county conspired to grant a rival contractor a monopoly on support services at a local airport.
While agreeing with the Colorado district court’s decision that JetAway had not established antitrust injury — tossing claims against Montrose County, Colorado, that Jet Center Partners LLC benefited from anti-competitive behavior — the circuit judges issued their precedential opinions using different reasoning.
Circuit Judge Jerome A. Holmes largely agreed with the lower court’s ruling that JetAway...
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