High Court Asked To Clarify Biz Speech Antitrust Liability

Law360, Fort Wayne (March 3, 2017, 5:43 PM EST) -- Several groups have asked the U.S. Supreme Court for guidance on whether false commercial speech is subject to antitrust scrutiny, supporting a syringe company’s bid to have the high court revive a $340 million award for antitrust damages against a rival.

Plaintiffs law firms, professors and several groups of inventors urged the justices to reverse a Fifth Circuit decision that tossed the verdict against safety syringe manufacturer Becton Dickinson and Co. in a suit by Retractable Technologies Inc. The groups filed amicus briefs with the court...
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