The Mogin Law Firm, P.C. congratulates managing partner Dan Mogin and senior associate Jodie Williams for their recent publication in The Antitrust Lawyer, presented by the Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section of the Federal Bar Association. In “LIBOR (Gelboim) and the Implications of its Unwritten Rule”, Dan and Jodie discuss the Second Circuit’s recent opinion in the LIBOR MDL concerning antitrust injury, and how its mostly summary discussion of that Circuit’s efficient enforcer requirement has turned out to be the most litigated aspect of the decision.
A link to the article as originally published can be found here.
A copy of the full article can be found here.
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