National Law Journal
...." The document was based on his examination of FTC and the Justice Department's antitrust division's enforcement actions and guidelines...
On April 24, just two minutes after 11 a.m., Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. announced in a voice tinged with satisfaction, "Our last case of the year," and opened arguments in a Title VII retaliation
...nonacting basis in late December 2012. Likewise, at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), where five commissioners share top enforcement responsibility, two new commissioners have been...
In certain circumstances, provider consolidation also increases provider market power and reduces consumer welfare
...of the case. Deputy Solicitor General Malcolm Stewart, representing the FTC, told the court that settlements like the one over Androgel "subvert...
National Law Journal
Justices on sequestration; murky Blackwater case; a K&L Gates odyssey; Ramirez wastes no time at the FTC; Jones Day emergency in Detroit; deer hunting a go in Rock Creek Park; and Taranto's confirmed
...in federal courts. The latest came March 12, when the FTC announced it is filing suit to undo the already-consummated merger of...
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