The U.S. Supreme Court’s move to review the Apple v. Pepper case could mean big things for lawyers and clients who have regularly depended on a common, stalwart antitrust defense— which may be about to find itself on the endangered species list.

“No matter what the decision is, it’s going to have an impact, a dramatic impact on the marketplace, including the marketplace involving intellectual property rights, software sales and other product sales,” said Todd Seelman, the national chair of the antitrust and competition practice at Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith.

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