Antitrust, Intellectual property for defendant
t3 Technologies (t3) alleged IBM misused intellectual property rights and tied operating systems licenses to hardware, thereby maintaining its monopoly over mainframe hardware. applEcon, working in close coordination with t3’s lawyers, provided evidence and analyses…
Antitrust, liability, causation, damages, and class certification for plaintiffs
applEcon was instrumental in preventing a settlement of all private U.S. antitrust claims against Microsoft by showing that the proposed settlement was anticompetitive, inadequate, and unworkable for the impoverished schools it purported to help.
Antitrust liability for plaintiff
Compuware alleged that IBM illegally used its monopoly power over mainframe hardware and certain types of mainframe software to harm competition in other mainframe software markets. Compuware had long sold software "tools" for developing, testing and managing…
Antitrust liability for plaintiffs
Plaintiffs included 17 small independent service organizations who alleged Kodak had illegally monopolized the aftermarket for maintenance services on Kodak high volume copiers and micrographics (microfilm) equipment. Plaintiffs alleged Kodak used its control of…
Antritust damages for plaintiff
applEcon developed and implemented two methods to calculate the overcharge to purchasers of finished alder lumber, leading the judge to certify a class of direct purchasers and the jury to award the class $28 million.
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