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  • June 18, 2024

    DOJ Says DC Circ. Shouldn't Rethink Realtor Antitrust Probe

    The U.S. Department of Justice has told the D.C. Circuit that its April decision allowing it to reopen an investigation into the National Association of Realtors doesn't conflict with any U.S. Supreme Court or circuit court decisions and that the NAR's rehearing petition should be denied.

  • June 18, 2024

    BREAKING: FTC Escalates Probe Into TikTok's Privacy Measures For Kids

    The Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday took the rare step of publicly disclosing its referral to the U.S. Department of Justice of a complaint against TikTok and its parent company over their compliance with a 2019 privacy settlement, saying there's "reason to believe" that the companies are out of step with their pledge to protect children on the platform.

  • June 18, 2024

    BREAKING: 4th Circ. Grants FTC's Urgent Bid To Halt Novant Merger

    A split Fourth Circuit panel on Tuesday granted the Federal Trade Commission's bid for an emergency injunction blocking Novant Health's proposed buyout of a North Carolina hospital while the agency pursues an appeal, with one dissenting judge doubting the challenge would succeed.

  • June 18, 2024

    5 Steps To Navigating State Laws On Healthcare Transactions

    As more states pass legislation requiring healthcare-transaction notice, private equity investors and other deal parties should evaluate the new laws and consider ways to mitigate their effects, say Carol Loepere and Nicole Aiken-Shaban at Reed Smith.

  • June 18, 2024

    Train Operators' Boundary-Fare Class Action Trial Opens

    At a class action trial in London on Tuesday, rail passengers accused English rail operators of abusing their dominant market position by failing to sell cheaper tickets to some customers and  forcing them to pay up to double the price for their journey.

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