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  • December 02, 2022

    DC Circuit Sends Grid Connection Cost Order Back To FERC

    A D.C. Circuit panel ruled Friday that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission needs to better explain why it allowed Midwest transmission owners to choose how needed upgrades are funded when new power generation projects connect to the grid.

  • December 02, 2022

    Attys' $39M Fee Bid Granted In Interest Rate Case

    The Lowey Dannenberg PC attorneys who brokered a $91 million settlement of investor claims that 13 major banks manipulated two Singapore interest rate benchmarks will receive nearly $38.9 million from the overall $155 million settlement fund for their work on the case, a Manhattan federal judge has decided.

  • December 02, 2022

    Google Takes $4B Android Fine Appeal To EU Top Court

    Google is appealing a European court's decision to uphold a record-breaking antitrust fine over claims the company imposed contractual restrictions on phone manufacturers that rely on its Android mobile phone operating system to cement its dominance over general internet searches.

  • December 02, 2022

    Raytheon Manager, Staffing Execs Can't Slip No-Poach Counts

    A Connecticut federal judge refused Friday to toss charges accusing a former Raytheon manager and staffing firm executives of a conspiracy restricting hiring of engineers, notching the U.S. Department of Justice another win in developing criminal "no-poach" case law even as it struggles to win jury convictions.

  • December 02, 2022

    FTC Eyes Expanded Enforcement Efforts But Questions Loom

    The Federal Trade Commission recently declared it will take a new approach to policing "unfair methods of competition," a move that broadened the agency's view of very old law.

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