LATAM JV decision raises questions about role of courts

LATAM Airlines

Competition issues about joint ventures and antitrust immunity for airlines typically are handled by transportation or competition regulators. Courts rarely intervene. But Chile’s Supreme Court recently set an example for courts not only to play a role, but to have the final say on airline joint ventures.

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