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Court to condom-maker: Give it up

Fork it over, says the U.S. Court of Appeals.


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Legislators question shuttering of regional Justice offices

U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) delivered a public thrashing to Sharis Pozen, the Justice Department’s acting attorney general for antitrust, at a congressional oversight hearing last week, joining...

Is that Fido around your throat?

Is that fur on your jacket raccoon? Or is it dog?

More headaches ahead for Express Scripts-Medco

Like the proposed AT&T-T Mobile merger, the Express Scripts-Medco merger appears to be in deep trouble.

Antitrust regulators in US, EU investigating E-books

Several major participants in the electronic book industry, including Apple Inc., are facing a series of investigations domestically and internationally into whether they illegally restricted...

FTC: N.C. dental board blocked competition

The FTC has determined that the North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners illegally thwarted competition by working to bar non-dentist providers of teeth-whitening products and services from...

Lundbeck, revisited

An eight-day bench hearing held in Minneapolis, Minn., in December 2009, could have far-reaching legal implications for antitrust law, particularly regarding future pharmaceutical cases. It could...

Abramoff gives Washingtonians lessons on integrity

Guest Opinion: Diana Moss urges tougher landing-slot enforcement

Richard Cordray: Is the brawl just about the election?

CFPB unveils simplified credit card agreement

Paternity testing

Skin creams

Bid-rigging

Price-fixing

Nestle in China

Laundry products fine

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