Joint ventures and the COVID-19 pandemic

May 26, 2020

May companies work with their competitors to produce equipment needed to battle COVID-19 without running the risk of antitrust enforcement actions or treble damages lawsuits? In most cases, the answer is “yes” — provided that the collaborations are entered into in good faith and are structured to comport with established judicial and regulatory guidelines.

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Adam C. Mendel

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