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Monopoly counterclaims in ultrasound servicing dispute fail
Servicer’s counterclaims for antitrust violations were mostly dismissed with prejudice, leaving only a counterclaim for a declaratory judgment based on copyright misuse. An essential facilities...
Senator Lee proposes removing FTC’s antitrust authority
Proposed "One Agency Act" consolidates antitrust enforcement authority at the Department of Justice.
Department of Justice signs antitrust MOU with South Korea enforcement agency
Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim spoke about the effective relationship between the Department Justice and Korean Prosecution Service in combatting criminal cartels.
FTC seeks dismissal of Alabama dental board’s suit to squash FTC antitrust investigation
The FTC argues that the Alabama board is trying to end-run the administrative process by filing suit to stop an FTC investigation into the board’s alleged antitrust practices.
Implied covenant claim in franchise encroachment dispute survives because of KFC’s own guidelines
The franchise agreement did not establish that KFC had the right to award whatever franchises it wanted outside the franchisee’s exclusive area, which implied the use of sound discretion as...