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FTC Halts Broadcom's Exclusivity Strategy in Certain Chip Markets

Settlement falls short for some, however.

The Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order settling charges that chip giant Broadcom Inc. illegally monopolized markets for semiconductor components used to deliver television and broadband internet services through exclusive dealing and other tactics. While the FTC’s settlement with Broadcom is a net positive for certain rivals and customers, it fails to protect others and leaves all parties uncompensated.

© MoginRubin LLPNational Law Review, Volume XI, Number 321
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Timothy Z. LaComb Antitrust Lawyer Mogin Rubin Law Firm
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Mr. LaComb is an Associate in MoginRubin LLP’s San Diego office and his practice focuses on antitrust, unfair competition, and complex business litigation, particularly as they relate to mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining MoginRubin LLP, Mr. LaComb was an Associate at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP where he helped secure several multi-million-dollar recoveries for shareholders in merger-related class action litigation.  Through his extensive experience in complex litigation, he has developed an expertise and proficiency in electronic and other discovery-related issues...

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