- Frenkel, Jacob S. .
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Jacob Frenkel was recently quoted in The Washington Post article, “Could the DOJ sway the PGA Tour-LIV Golf fight? It’s complicated.” The article discusses the legality of the PGA Tour’s decision to ban golfers who joined the LIV Golf Invitational Series. Jacob comments that the PGA Tour could say it has a legally valid reason to ban the LIV players. “Proof of an objective and valid business justification should defeat any allegation of a violation of the antitrust laws. An entity with monopoly power has no general duty to cooperate with its business rivals and even may refuse to deal with them if the business can articulate a valid business reason for the refusal,” says Jacob. And, Jacob correctly predicted the private litigation that followed. To read full article, click here.
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