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Antitrust suit over StarStar numbers moves forward after third amended complaint
A mobile marketing software and service provider’s antitrust claims, which arose out of the acquisition by two competitors of the StarStar number leasing company which leased vanity mobile dial...
Table saw safety technology developer’s suit alleging boycott by manufacturers properly time-barred
A group boycott claim brought in 2014 by the developer of a table saw safety technology against power tool manufacturers who had allegedly colluded to exclude the developer’s proprietary "...
Antitrust Division contends Minnesota law giving local utilities right of first refusal for line projects violates dormant Commerce Clause
A Minnesota statute granting incumbent electricity monopolists a right of first refusal in transmission line projects connecting to their facilities violates the dormant Commerce Clause and should...
FTC official details efforts to combat illegal robocalls at Senate Commerce Committee hearing
The Senate Commerce Committee convened a hearing today to examine the problem of malicious spoofing and abusive robocalls designed to defraud consumers and to explore the measures being taken by the...
Maryland pharmaceutical anti-price gouging statute unconstitutional due to out-of-state transaction regulation
A Maryland statute intended to prohibit price gouging by pharmaceutical companies violated the dormant commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution because it directly regulated the price of transactions...