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Compass Lexecon has been involved in many of the largest and most complex antitrust litigation and financial market cases over the past 30 years.

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01/21/20

On January 20, 2020, the Court of Appeal of the State of California unanimously affirmed the trial court’s grant of Summary Judgment in favor of Defendant Hearst Corporation (owner of the San Francisco Chronicle), rejecting Plaintiff San Francisco Print Media’s...

01/26/17

Compass Lexecon’s clients Alan Haymon, Alan Haymon Development, Inc., Haymon Boxing LLC, Haymon Boxing Management, Haymon Holdings LLC, and Haymon Sports LLC (collectively “Haymon Sports”) prevailed in litigation involving some of the biggest names in professional boxing management and promotion....

02/23/16

Compass Lexecon Senior Consultant Professor Daniel Rubinfeld and Compass Lexecon economists assisted Dell in securing regulatory approval of its acquisition of EMC for $67 billion. Compass Lexecon and Professor Rubinfeld were retained by the parties to analyze potential competitive effects...

09/21/12

In September 2012, the European Commission cleared Universal’s acquisition of EMI’s recorded music business, subject to conditions. The merger brought together two of the four so-called global ‘major’ record companies, leaving only three majors. The clearance was made conditional upon...

12/13/11

Seagate’s acquisition of Samsung’s Hard Disk Drive (HDD) business closed in December 2011 after announcements by several regulatory authorities that their investigations closed without any determination that the transaction would harm competition. The European Commission announcement occurred in October, and...

03/09/11

Jarra Creek was the lead plaintiff for a class of purchasers of corrugated fiberboard products (“CFP”) who filed suit in the Federal Court of Australia in 2006 alleging a price fixing and customer allocation agreement between the two largest CFP...

02/04/09

Duncan Cameron, supported by a Compass Lexecon team in Los Angeles (Lisa Marovich, Marc Huntley and Chris Fasel), testified on behalf of Equifax in a case involving allegations of conspiracy to create and maintain a monopoly of credit report resellers....

02/04/09

The plaintiff in this case, Flagship Theatres, alleged collusion between Century Theatres and film distributors, Sony Pictures Releasing Corporation and Universal Film Exchanges LLP, in the distribution of first-run feature films in Palm Desert, CA. Dan Rubinfeld, supported by Duncan...

05/05/08

Dan Rubinfeld, Duncan Cameron, Lacey Plache and a Compass Lexecon team in Los Angeles performed various economic analyses to assist counsel in demonstrating that the merger between Universal Music Group and Univision Music Group would not harm competition. Counsel noted...

03/04/08

Janusz Ordover, Duncan Cameron, and a Compass Lexecon team in Los Angeles provided economic analysis for Oracle in its $8.5 billion proposed acquisition of BEA Systems. The deal between two of the world’s largest software innovators involved the combination of...