"The broader the statue is interpreted, the more foreign commerce falls into the reach of the Sherman Act and the greater the chance our laws affect the sovereign laws of other nations and allow plaintiffs to prosecute even more anticompetitive conduct overseas, Gregory Asciolla, at Labaton Sucharow in New York said today during a panel discussion put on by the New York Bar Association.
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