Choice of Law and Antitrust Class Actions: The Ninth Circuit’s Stromberg v. Qualcomm decision

When you defend antitrust class actions in federal court like we do, you often see a long list of state antitrust claims brought by what are called indirect purchasers. That is because the federal antitrust laws have this strange quirk that usually forbids federal antitrust claims for damages by indirect purchasers.

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CEO of Bona Law, an antitrust boutique law firm (Bonalaw.com and TheAntitrustAttorney.com)

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Jarod Bona

Jarod Bona

CEO of Bona Law, an antitrust boutique law firm (Bonalaw.com and TheAntitrustAttorney.com)

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