4th Circ. Won't Rethink Upholding Private Divestiture Order

Law360 (March 22, 2021, 6:28 PM EDT) -- The full Fourth Circuit won't reconsider a panel decision that upheld a first-of-its-kind divestiture order triggered by a private company's challenge to an acquisition carried out by a rival door maker.

In a two-line order the appellate court said that no judge asked for a vote on door maker Jeld-Wen Inc.'s en banc rehearing petition  assailing an October 2018 district court decision to spin off a Pennsylvania factory acquired when it purchased another door manufacturer, CraftMaster Manufacturing Inc., or CMI, in 2012.

The case has been closely watched because it marked the first time a divestiture order had resulted from a...

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