09.27.2010 Beware: Potential Evidence of Conspiratorial Conduct May be Lurking When Making Public Comments
Jim Burns' and Joe Pope's article about the lessons-learned from a recent ruling by a Northern District of Georgia Federal District Court appeared in Law360 ( The decision (In re Delta/AirTran Baggage Fee Antitrust Litigation) is a reminder that the facts necessary to plead a potential antitrust conspiracy often can be found in unexpected places. It is reprinted here with their permission.

The article also appeared in the Dec. 9, 2010 edition of The Busines Suit, the newsletter of the Commerical Litigation Committee and published by DRI. Visit the DRI website to access the article.

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