U.S. Supreme Court hears argument in Oregon antitrust case

By Lori Bauman
December 4, 2006

SCOTUSblog has this recap of last week's Supreme Court argument in Weyerhaeuser Co. v. Ross-Simmons Hardwood Lumber Co.  The case, tried in federal district court in Portland, addresses "predatory bidding" as a violation of antitrust law.  This commentator predicts that the court will reverse the case due to a defect in a key jury instruction, and remand for a new trial.  See earlier coverage in the Oregon Business Litigation blog here and here.

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