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Google

DOJ Antitrust Fever Led to Google Lawsuit—Now Can They Win It?

By Erik Sherman, Forbes While companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon become ever-larger behemoths and make up double-digit portions of the S&P 500 index,...
DOJ

Realtors Settle With DOJ To Make Broker Fees Clearer

As part of a settlement with the Department of Justice, the National Association of Realtors has agreed to change several of its policies in...
Law

JBS Settles Pork Antitrust Suit

JBS, settled part of a lawsuit that accused the company of conspiring with other meat processors to fix prices for pork. Lawyers for JBS USA...
Apple

Apple terminates Fortnite creator’s App Store Account Amid Lawsuit

Apple announced on Friday, August 28, it had terminated “Fortnite” creator Epic Games’ account on its App Store amid a legal battle over the...
Google

Genius Media Lawsuit Against Google Dismissed

A state court has dismissed a high-profile case showing unsportsmanlike conduct by Google,  which was caught red-handed using lyrics obviously scraped from Genius. Unfortunately...
Law

SmileDirectClub Beats Georgia Dental Board’s Appeal

SmileDirectClub can move forward with its lawsuit challenging the Georgia dental board’s authority to ban its core business model, a divided Eleventh Circuit ruled...
law

UFC Antitrust Lawsuit: Will Class Action Status Be Granted?

By Paul Gift, Forbes “Forthcoming” With one word, the antitrust lawsuit filed against the UFC by now-former fighters snapped back into reality after an eight-month hiatus...
Bank

Big Banks Face Lawsuit Over Smaller Corporate Bond Trades

Ten of the world’s largest banks, including JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, have been sued for allegedly conspiring over nearly 14 years to...
law

The Las Vegas Sun Says Covid-19 Doesn’t Justify Pausing Its Antitrust...

The Las Vegas Sun claims the Covid-19 pandemic doesn’t justify pausing its federal antitrust lawsuit against a crosstown rival owned by billionaire casino magnate...
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US Appeals Court Revives Yen Libor-Rigging Suit

A federal appeals court on Wednesday, April 1, revived private antitrust litigation in which investors accused a group of large banks of conspiring to...
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