Daniel B. Hodes


  • Saturday, December 1, 2007
    2007 will go down in the annals as nothing less than a historically pleasant year for antitrust defendants. The Supreme Court decided four antitrust cases between February and June, favoring the defendant in each and every instance. Major appellate courts - with one notable exception - ruled against antitrust plaintiffs on questions ranging from the...
  • Tuesday, August 1, 2006
    In the latest of a number of decisions examining the allowable restrictions that may be placed upon private agreements to arbitrate antitrust disputes, the First Circuit has allowed claims on behalf of a class to be arbitrated - but has disallowed certain restrictions placed on the plaintiffs' class. In Kristian v.