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  • December 09, 2023

    Google And Epic CEOs Fail To Reach Deal As Trial Nears End

    Google LLC and Epic Games Inc. told a California federal judge late Friday that Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Epic CEO Tim Sweeney failed to reach a deal after they were ordered to mid-trial settlement talks, clearing the way for closing arguments Monday in their contentious antitrust battle.

  • December 08, 2023

    New Drug Patent Proposal Sparks Worry Over Gov't Overstep

    The Biden administration's proposal to seize drug patents if the prices of the medicines are deemed unreasonable is expected to face significant legal pushback, and the potential effects on the pharmaceutical industry may not be what the administration had in mind, experts say.

  • December 08, 2023

    Amazon Says FTC Case Attacks 'Essence Of Competition'

    Amazon urged a Seattle federal judge Friday to toss the Federal Trade Commission's sprawling antitrust case against the online retail giant, arguing that its practices of matching rivals' discounts, competitively pricing deals and offering fast Prime delivery "benefit consumers and are the essence of competition."

  • December 08, 2023

    9th Circ. Skeptical Of Wash. Vet Clinic Monopoly Claims

    Ninth Circuit judges hearing antitrust claims against an eastern Washington veterinary clinic on Friday kept getting hung up on how two of its vets could've been harmed by noncompete terms in an agreement they never signed and a merger proposal that never came to fruition.

  • December 08, 2023

    Nikola Investors Fight Call For Del. SPAC Fraud Suit Toss

    Five attorney teams pressed Friday for dismissal of most of the derivative claims in a Delaware Court of Chancery stockholder lawsuit seeking damages from Nikola Corp., its directors, officers and an adviser in the wake of the hydrogen- and battery-powered truck manufacturer's fraud-tainted, $3.3 billion take-public deal.

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