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The Federal Trade Commission is expected to vote Wednesday on a compromise version of guidance about the reach of the watchdog's authority to police unfair methods of competition, which would be the first time the enforcer has detailed its approach to Section 5 in a formal statement of principles in its 100-year history.
The Federal Trade Commission's Joshua Wright and a D.C. Circuit judge pushed Canada's antitrust watchdog Monday to tread lightly when it comes to standard essential patents, product-hopping and pay-for-delay settlements, in particular urging the agency not to seek criminal sanctions for reverse payments.
Consumer protection nonprofit Consumer Watchdog on Monday urged the U.S. Department of Justice to block the proposed $1.6 billion merger of Expedia Inc. and Orbitz Worldwide Inc., arguing it would create a giant with “monopolistic control” of the online travel market.
The Federal Trade Commission on Friday defended its bid to have a judge reconsider the dismissal of its pay-for-delay claims against AbbVie Inc. and other drugmakers over the testosterone drug AndroGel, saying the defendants have largely ignored the agency's arguments in light of a new precedent issued by the Third Circuit.
Humana Inc. and a group of employee health funds separately asked a Connecticut federal judge Friday to deny dismissal bids by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. and Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. in multidistrict litigation accusing them of a pay-for-delay scheme over a generic version of stroke drug Aggrenox.MERGER REVIEW
The National Association of Broadcasters pressed Federal Communications Commission staffers to move forward with the review of the proposed $55 billion Charter Communications-Time Warner Cable merger without delay and separately proceed with changes in how the agency treats confidential information, according to a filing Friday.POLICY & REGULATION
An association that represents midsized telecommunications companies unleashed a litany of complaints against broadcasters in a discussion with Federal Communications Commission staff about negotiations for programming, according to a filing posted Monday.LITIGATION
Former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is back in court with a new lawsuit, on Friday alleging that mistress V. Stiviano and TMZ Productions Inc. broke state law when Stiviano recorded a private conversation with him, then handed it to TMZ, who published it for the world to hear.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday joined a whistleblower lawsuit accusing Berkeley Heartlab Inc. and BlueWave Healthcare Consultants Inc. of paying $80 million in kickbacks and conducting unnecessary medical testing.
Plumbing wholesaler Ferguson Enterprises Inc. slammed rival Lockwood International Inc. with a lawsuit Monday in Kentucky federal court, accusing the company of conspiring to steal Ferguson’s trade secrets and poach more than a dozen employees, including its entire Louisville industrial division.
The California federal judge overseeing the long-running multidistrict litigation that alleges a conspiracy to fix the prices of cathode ray tubes laid the groundwork Friday for a series of trials next year against Sharp Corp., Toshiba Corp. and other remaining defendants. Correction: An earlier story misidentified the attorney who argued on behalf of the direct purchaser plaintiffs. The error has been corrected.PEOPLE
A federal prosecutor with extensive experience in export crime, national security law and cybercrime has left the U.S. Department of Justice for a partner post with Baker & McKenzie LLP in its Washington, D.C., office, the firm said Monday.EXPERT ANALYSIS
Assuming the federal district court in Arizona does not dismiss the complaint in SolarCity Corp. v. Salt River Project on other grounds, it will have to decide if SolarCity has succeeded in navigating through the obstacles to monopolization cases erected in Trinko and Linkline, says Arthur Adelberg of Barclay Damon LLP.LEGAL INDUSTRY
Fish & Richardson PC's Frank Scherkenbach, a veteran patent litigator who has notched numerous victories for some of the world's most prominent technology companies, says being sincere and candid and not grandstanding or using overly aggressive tactics are the qualities that most sway juries and ultimately win the day in the courtroom.
Pulling in a rainmaker is often more than a way for a law firm to boost its bottom line. The addition of superstar talent also can help a firm advance practices that are part of long-term goals and strengthen its brand. Here, Law360 highlights five firms that have scored high-profile rainmakers in the U.S. this year, and why each recruit is such a coup.
With stellar salaries, contingency fee structures and alternative profit distribution plans, certain boutiques are seeing their hiring strategies pay off as they lure more attorneys away from BigLaw.
BakerHostetler LLP is prepared to shake off its non-equity partner tier and move to a unified partner model, the firm confirmed Monday.
Dechert LLP agreed Monday to pay $2.4 million to settle a claim connected to partner poaching from bankrupt Coudert Brothers LLP, according to a court filing, a rare settlement of its kind after New York limited such unfinished-business claims last year.
Jurors in the trial of the former top executives of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP on Monday heard the firm’s former billing director describe how she created false invoices in an effort to boost Dewey’s bottom line, in part at the direction of the firm’s former chief financial officer.
A California federal judge on Friday mostly upheld an expert panel’s recommendations in a suit in which the Law School Admission Council Inc. agreed to pay more than $8 million to resolve claims that it failed to properly accommodate disabled test takers.
Hewlett-Packard Co. refreshed its bid to seal corporate documents it says make up its mergers and acquisitions playbook in shareholder derivative litigation over HP’s buy of Autonomy Corp., pleading with a California federal judge to rethink a ruling he’d issued in which all of the reasoning had been redacted.
Former Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP client LCN Capital wants to move a fight over $665,000 worth of allegedly unpaid bills from bankruptcy court to state court, telling a New York federal judge Friday that its demand for a jury trial must be respected.
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