2nd Circ. Aluminum Case Could Help Shape Antitrust Standing

Law360, New York (March 18, 2016, 10:20 PM EDT) -- When the Second Circuit hears oral arguments from aluminum end users accusing Goldman Sachs Group and others of manipulating aluminum warehousing rates, the court could offer clues about how high the antitrust standing bar should be for companies that didn't buy products directly from alleged conspirators, experts say.

The manufacturers and consumers hope to convince the Second Circuit panel that, contrary to what a New York federal judge found, they have standing to seek an injunction under federal law and damages under various state laws over...
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