Blockchain law: Can blockchain participants act in restraint of trade?

Blockchain law
Can blockchain participants act in restraint of trade?

New York Law Journal

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United States Publication May 25, 2021

Robert Schwinger discusses a recent magistrate judge ruling in a dispute over actions taken by various parties in connection with a cryptocurrency "fork," which addressed the question of whether those parties' conduct constituted anticompetitive activity barred by federal antitrust law.

Robert A. Schwinger explores recent developments in this edition of his New York Law Journal Blockchain Law column.

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Robert Schwinger is a partner in the commercial litigation group at Norton Rose Fulbright US. Emily Woolbank, a commercial litigation associate, assisted in the preparation of this article.



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