By Melissa Lipman (December 24, 2015, 8:38 PM EST) -- Federal appeals courts are brimming with antitrust cases that could see key decisions in 2016, from continued fighting over the contours of pay-for-delay litigation to a dispute over whether investors can sue over the manipulation of Libor that could trickle down to other benchmark litigation. Here's a look at those and a few other cases to watch in 2016.
More than two years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that pharmaceutical patent settlements could face antitrust challenges, litigation over the so-called pay-for-delay deals has only proliferated as district courts struggle to suss out the parameters of the rule-of-reason cases....
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