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Antitrust officials in more than 30 states begin to look at Anthem-Cigna and Aetna-Humana deals

The following article first appeared on Sept. 23 on MLex. For more information on MLex, including getting access to its exclusive content, please contact sales@mlex.com.


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SMARTER Act moves forward on mostly party-line vote

The House Judiciary Committee approved the Standard Merger and Acquisition Reviews Through Equal Rules Act (SMARTER Act), legislation that would revise merger review policies at the Federal Trade...

FTC turning up the heat on homeopathic drugs

The Federal Trade Commission is preparing to clamp down on the advertising claims made by manufacturers of homeopathic drugs, an action that could cause a major shakeup in a multibillion-dollar...

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October 7 — FTC Commissioner Julie Brill will discuss privacy, data security and the Internet of Things during a speech at the International Institute of Communications’ Annual Conference. Her talk...

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Vermont AG Sorrell not seeking re-election

Local regulations on Uber, AirBnB should be tailored, Ramirez says

The following article first appeared on Oct. 2 on MLex. For more information on MLex, including getting access to its exclusive content, please contact sales@mlex.com.

FTC officials head to Utah for consumer protection summit

Federal Trade Commission officials are joining with their Utah counterparts for a summit on combating consumer scams—a problem that has been proliferating in that state.

Neil Averitt commentary: A simple primer for dealing with a landmark new ruling

A look behind the scenes at the Expedia merger approval

New Nader-founded museum celebrates civil justice

Surprising alliances in debate over access to old e-mail

Antitrust bar fears return of ‘disgorgement’ threat

Ohlhausen raises her public profile

Tech companies seek to use North Carolina Dental decision to break into new markets