Although the Federal Trade Commission won its effort to quash a lawsuit over its probe of LabMD, the now-defunct medical laboratory is still trying to sue three agency employees.
Unexpected, surreptitious fees in retail transactions — additions like “convenience fees” and “resort fees” — have proliferated wildly over the past 30 years. When they aren’t clearly disclosed at the start of a transaction, their omission can deceive consumers and distort the purchase decision....
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Bernard M. Hollander, who set a record for serving 59 years as an antitrust lawyer with the Justice Department, has died. He was 100.
The state-action defense is front-and-center in the merger of the two main hospitals in Huntington, West Virginia.
The chief law enforcement officer of Texas is getting the chance to see how the judicial system works from the other side.
The path toward ratification of the trans-Atlantic data transmission deal — dubbed Privacy Shield — isn’t getting any easier.