In The News

    • April 14, 2014
      'Sense of the Markets: With clear majority, Ramirez can set FTC agenda'
      The Deal Pipeline
      Steven J. Cernak
      Schiff Hardin of counsel and co-chair of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's antitrust council Steve Cernak was quoted after FTC's confirmation of Terrell McSweeny gave Chairwoman Edith Ramirez a Democratic majority. Mr. Cernak said now that there's a third Democratic vote, Ramirez will presumably have a more manageable commission to get something done and won’t need to twist a Republican’s arm to get a majority.
    • June 18, 2012
      'Ex-NCAA Players Fumbled Scholarship Antitrust Case: 7th Circ.'
      Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and Law360
      Gregory L. Curtner
      This article reports Schiff Hardin partner Greg Curtner’s successful representation of the NCAA in a price-fixing class action case brought by two former student-athletes whose one-year athletic scholarships were not renewed after they claimed that sustaining injuries kept them from playing football. Mr. Curtner commented that he is pleased with the Seventh Circuit’s determination that the student-athletes failed to show that limits placed by the NCAA on the number and duration of scholarships violated antitrust law.
    • January 26, 2010
      'Are Concert-Goers the Losers in Ticketmaster-Live Nation Deal?'
      E-Commerce Times
      Richard J. Hoskins
      This article in the E-Commerce Times quotes Schiff Hardin partner Richard Hoskins on the government's approval, with conditions, of the merger of Ticketmaster, the leading entertainment ticketing seller, and Live Nation, a leading provider of booking and management services for live music acts.