In a case alleging what one federal appellate court described as an “epic Wall Street conspiracy,” the nation’s highest court soon will examine the scope of immunity from antitrust claims when federal securities regulations and federal antitrust law collide.

Credit Suisse v. Billing, No. 05-1157, is one of four antitrust cases taken by the justices in the current U.S. Supreme Court term.

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