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Assistant Attorney General Wilder says Sherman Act may be better than Clayton Act to address competition cases
Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General says courts should use Sherman Act, not Clayton Act, to address potential competition cases, citing under-enforcement concerns.
Sole producers of military-grade night vision component permitted to merge, subject to divestiture
Combination would create sixth-largest defense contractor, but divestiture of night vision business would preserve competition for critical component in devices used by U.S. military, Justice...
TCPA fax ad case remanded for further evaluation of FCC interpretation of ‘unsolicited advertisement’
The required deference by district courts to an FCC Order depends on the resolution of two preliminary sets of questions that need to be answered on remand.
Wells Fargo dropped from Philadelphia and Baltimore’s bond interest rate rigging case
The investment bank stipulated that it did not remarket, provide letters of credit in connection with, or manage money market funds investing in variable rate demand obligations.
TV broadcast stations, ad sales reps settle U.S. charges over exchange of competitively sensitive information
Latest allegations follow settlements with seven other broadcasters announced in 2018.