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FTC’s $10.85 million disgorgement order against ‘debt collection enterprise,’ principals upheld
In the FTC’s enforcement action against 13 corporate entities operating together as a "single debt collection enterprise" and the founders and directors of the enterprise&mdash...
Chicken of the Sea reaches settlement in packaged seafood price fixing case
Chicken of the Sea has announced a settlement with 29 companies, resolving antitrust claims against processors of packaged seafood products for conspiring to raise prices by decreasing the size of...
Grocery chains’ claims against non-coop defendants in mushroom price fixing case fail
Claims brought by Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. and Bi-Lo Holdings, LLC, alleging that a cooperative, its members, and other defendants conspired to fix prices for mushrooms, failed against all defendants...
‘Wholly groundless’ exception to arbitrability tossed as inconsistent with FAA, precedent
The "wholly groundless" exception to arbitrability, that certain federal appellate courts have ruled permits a court to decide the threshold question of arbitrability when the question was...
High Court passes on airline baggage fee price fixing, franchisee advertising cases
Today the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review petitions for certiorari asking the High Court to determine whether there is a Sherman Act exception for publicly reached collusion, and...