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Cathode ray tube buyers excluded from a recently retooled package of price-fixing settlements with electronics makers have called on a California federal judge to roll back his initial approval of the deals, arguing they're being shortchanged.
Australian competition enforcers said Monday they are continuing to investigate an AU$60 million ($41.1 million) minority investment by Qantas in rival Alliance Airlines, despite upheaval in the airline industry being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Fourth Circuit's questions at oral arguments in the Steves and Sons v. Jeld-Wen antitrust case indicate that the district court's unprecedented order requiring Jeld-Wen to divest part of its business as an equitable remedy seems like the most likely basis for reversal, say Lauren Weinstein and Lauren Dayton at MoloLamken.
A former co-chair of Williams & Connolly LLP's patent litigation group with two decades of experience is the latest partner to leave the firm, joining Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP on Monday in its Washington, D.C., office.
Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein LLP and a former firm associate have won $40 million in fees from a $120 million deal they helped hospitals, health insurers and uninsured consumers ink with Sandoz and Momenta over the price of generic blood thinners.