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  • September 18, 2017

    Ohio State Seeks To Punt Ex-Player’s Suit To State Court

    Ohio State University on Monday said it hasn’t waived its sovereign immunity over claims that banners hung in the school’s football stadium with former football players’ images violate the Sherman and Lanham Acts, urging a federal court to toss the antitrust claims and send the case to state court.

  • September 18, 2017

    Merger Bills Show Dems Embracing Antitrust Enforcement

    A pair of bills recently released by Senate Democrats to combat corporate consolidation may be destined for the scrap heap, but the legislation and the support it has garnered among Democrats show that aggressive antitrust enforcement could come to play a central role in the party's agenda.

  • September 18, 2017

    Hemlock Asks 6th Circ. To Keep Win Against SolarWorld Unit

    Hemlock Semiconductor Operations LLC on Friday urged the Sixth Circuit not to rehear its decision backing the company's $793 million damages win in a supply contract dispute with a SolarWorld unit, calling the unit's bid for rehearing "baseless."

  • September 18, 2017

    Novo Nordisk, Benefits Co. Get Price Hike Suit Moved To NJ

    A California federal judge agreed Monday to transfer to New Jersey a proposed class action accusing drugmaker Novo Nordisk Inc. and pharmacy benefit manager OptumRx Inc. of conspiring to drive up the price of Novo Nordisk's diabetes drug Victoza, noting that five suits over similar schemes have already been filed in New Jersey federal court.

  • September 18, 2017

    EU OKs RBS Move To Drop Williams & Glyn Sale

    The European Commission gave final approval Monday to Royal Bank of Scotland PLC's bid to avoid selling off a subsidiary under the terms of its financial crisis bailout, finding a new roughly £800 million ($1.1 billion) plan to support challenger banks would do enough to improve competition.

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