Retail & Consumer Products Law Observer

Retail & Consumer Products Law Observer

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Chahira Solh

Chahira Solh

Chahira Solh is a counsel in Crowell & Moring’s Antitrust Group, focusing on antitrust litigation, government antitrust investigations, defending mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, and antitrust compliance issues. Her practice includes defending clients in criminal investigations and civil litigation as well as representing many Fortune 500 companies as plaintiffs in recovery actions. Chahira’s counseling practice involves the full range of mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, trade association law, cartel enforcement, the Robinson-Patman Act, distribution and vertical issues, including pricing policies, and the interaction of the antitrust laws and intellectual property. She has co-authored numerous articles and alerts on topics ranging from resale price maintenance to defenses under California’s Cartwright Act.

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Report on the Autonomous Vehicle Safety Regulation World Congress 2017

Posted in Privacy & Data Protection, Product Liability & Torts
The big takeaways from The Autonomous Vehicle Safety Regulation World Congress centered on the importance of a federal scheme for AV regulation and the reality of the states’ interest in traditional issues such as traffic enforcement, product liability, and insurance coverage. In keeping with those messages, the World Congress kicked off with NHTSA Deputy Administrator… Continue Reading

Join C&M and other legal experts for the FBA’s Fashion Law Conference

Posted in Advertising & Product Risk Management, Antitrust & Claims Recovery, Consumer Class Action, International Trade, IP/Brand Protection, Privacy & Data Protection
On February 12, 2016, the Federal Bar Association will host a day-long Fashion Law Conference at Parsons School of Design (Starr Foundation Hall in the New School’s stunning new University Center) on the last day of New York Fashion Week! Speakers include in-house counsel from The Estee Lauder Companies, Inc., Tiffany & Co., New York &… Continue Reading

Simon Property Group Accused of Using Anticompetitive Tactics

Posted in Antitrust & Claims Recovery, Real Estate
Simon Property Group was sued recently for using anticompetitive tactics to prevent key retailers from following through with lease agreements. Gumwood HP Shopping Partners LP alleges that Simon has a pattern of abusing its power to bully its tenants into complying with its wishes. The suit asserts Simon engaged in monopolization, attempted monopolization and restraint… Continue Reading