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World Wrestling Entertainment

WWE Wants Suit Filed By MLW Dismissed

World Wrestling Entertainment has filed a motion to dismiss a suit brought against the WWE over attempts to monopolize the wrestling market. The new...
Twitter

Shareholders Bring New Suit Against Twitter Buyout

Elon Musk and Twitter were sued on Friday by a Florida pension fund seeking to stop Musk from completing his $44 billion takeover of...
Gig economy

Court Questions If Gig Worker Suit Can Proceed In Massachusetts

Massachusetts' top court on Wednesday appeared reluctant to allow a ballot measure to move forward that would ask voters whether drivers for app-based companies...
OPEC

Trade Group Speaks Out Against Bill Allowing Antitrust Suits Against OPEC

A bill that would pave the way for the US to sue OPEC members and its allies under antitrust laws could have an unintended...
Law

Court Revives Realtors Antitrust Suit

A private real estate listing service can sue the National Association of Realtors over a policy it allegedly adopted to protect its member-operated Multiple...
Reuters

Reuters Must Face Rival’s Antitrust Suit

Thomson Reuters Enterprise Centre was unable to escape antitrust counterclaims on Tuesday brought by Ross Intelligence Inc., a competing legal research service, in a...
Sabre

US Airways Antitrust Suit Vs. Sabre Kicks Off April 22

Sabre Travel International has been in the news during the war in Ukraine, as the agency removed Aeroflot from its global air ticketing system. However,...
Google

Google Faces Antitrust Suit Over Waze Acquisition

Alphabet is facing federal antitrust litigation in San Francisco over claims that it leverages its dominance of the GPS navigation market—through Google Maps, Waze, and...
Law

Shkreli’s Lawyers Say They’re Owed $2M From Antitrust Suit

The law firm that defended Shkreli in an antitrust case said he owes them at least $2 million more in unpaid fees and costs....
Scania

Scania Appeals EU General Court Ruling In Antitrust Suit

In a judgment rendered earlier this year, the General Court of the EU found in favour of the EU Commission that Scania had violated...
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