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FTC updates civil penalty amounts for inflation
The FTC has published the inflation-adjusted maximum civil-penalty dollar amounts for violations of 16 provisions of law that the FTC enforces, as required by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation...
Panasonic unable to win dismissal of auto AC conspiracy claims
Allegations regarding meetings between various manufacturers of specific automotive air conditioning components plausibly suggested a conspiracy that included Panasonic Corporation, a federal...
Travel IT company Softvoyage resolves Canada’s abuse of dominance concerns
To resolve Canada Competition Bureau concerns of abuse of dominance, Softvoyage Inc.—a Canadian developer of travel-related software—has agreed not to enforce several types of contract...
CDA immunizes search engines from locksmiths’ class action
A class action lawsuit filed by licensed locksmiths against Internet search engines for colluding to publish scam locksmith information in search results has been dismissed by the federal district...
High Court to consider deference owed to a foreign government’s characterizations of its own laws
Following a call from the U.S. Solicitor General to take up the case, the U.S. Supreme Court today granted a petition for certiorari, asking "whether a court may exercise independent review...