Our Antitrust reporting focuses on complex antitrust litigation matters as well as non-merger antitrust decisions -by the U.S. and foreign regulatory agencies. Coverage spans from global enforcement actions against Tech companies to cases of anticompetitive conduct between parties. Our reporting highlights potential issues companies face as a result of alleged anticompetitive conduct and follows each situation from investigation announcement through litigation or settlement.
UnitedHealth/Emis review sparks third party complaints. The Competition and Markets Authority has published three third party responses critical of its decision to give a provisional green light to UnitedHealth Group’s (UNH) 1.2 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) plan to buy EMIS Health...
Three FTC Commissioner Nominations on tap for hearing. The Senate Commerce Committee is set to hold a hearing on FTC nominees Melissa Holyoak and Andrew Ferguson and the renomination of FTC Commissioner Rebecca Slaughter. While the Republicans will likely not be confirmed before the...
A former Google (GOOG) contract negotiator said today that guaranteeing its search engine was the default setting on smartphones was so important that it would only share revenue with the phone’s manufacturers and wireless carriers if they didn’t offer the same privilege to rival...
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