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No liability for oil, gas, mineral assets purchaser in bid-rigging case
An oil, gas, and mineral rights purchaser did not participate in bid-rigging when it submitted a bid for the assets and its business partner did not, held the federal district court in Denver. The...
Antitrust enforcers look back, ahead at ABA Spring Meeting
The 66th annual American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting wrapped up today with its enforcers roundtable, offering insights on recent developments and future trends from the...
Uber agrees to revised settlement agreement after failing to disclose additional data breach during prior FTC proceedings
Uber Technologies, Inc. agreed to expand a proposed settlement it reached with the FTC in August 2017 in relation to charges that it deceived consumers about its privacy and data security practices...
Antitrust Division officials highlight recent agency ‘improvements’ at ABA Spring Meeting
The deputy assistant attorney generals (DAAGs) at the Department of Justice Antitrust Division kicked off the 66th annual American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting this morning...
Final judgment requiring divesture of two restraint system businesses approved
The federal district court in Washington, D.C. has entered a final judgment resolving a complaint filed by the Department of Justice and the manufacturer of restraint systems used on commercial...