Zach Terwilliger, Craig Seebald, and Evan Seeder Assess Antitrust Exposure in Supply Chains in CPI ANTITRUST CHRONICLE
Zach Terwilliger and Craig Seebald, Partners in Vinson & Elkins’ Washington, D.C. office, and Evan Seeder, Associate in Vinson & Elkins’ San Francisco office, were invited to be contributors to the April 2022 edition of Competition Policy International, Inc.’s Antitrust Chronicle, an antitrust-focused publication for attorneys, judges, economists, and academics around the world.
The article, titled “Foreshadowing Antitrust Liability for Collusive Supply Chain Restrictions Amid Pandemic-Related Supply Chain Disruptions,” will discuss the current speculation of what theory of liability regulators will seek with respect to antitrust remedies for misconduct related to the supply chain crisis. Terwilliger, Seebald, and Seeder provide an in-depth look at the potential exposure to liability faced by manufacturers, producers, and other parties on the supply-side for perceived anticompetitive conduct arising out of the supply chain crisis.
Please find a link to the article here.
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