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Most Favored Nation Clauses: Do they Limit Free Competition or are they Pro Competitive?



by Claudio Lizana
Carey - Santiago Office

Lorena Pavic
Carey - Santiago Office

September 11, 2013

Previously published on August 28, 2013

Recently, the U.S. Department of Justice ("DOJ") began reviewing a number of contracts which it calls "contracts that reference rivals". One type of such contracts is those containing Most Favored Nation Clauses ("MFN Clauses").


 

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