Rarely do antitrust decisions from the United States Supreme Court during a single term promise to have such a wide-ranging impact on businesses, both inside and outside of litigation. 2006 was one of those years. During the 2006 Term, the Court decided four cases arising under the antitrust laws: Weyerhaeuser v. Ross Simmons Hardwood Co., Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly et al., Credit Suisse Securities LLC v. Billing and Leegin Creative Leather Products v. PSKS, Inc. Each decision is noteworthy in its own right; collectively, they signal a major shift in federal antitrust jurisprudence.

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