FTC and DOJ Host Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Workshop

Officials hold a roundtable discussion about competition policy and agency organization.  The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) hosted a two-day workshop last week…

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Senate Committee to Hold Ticketing Industry Hearing

The chair of the committee states there is not enough competition in the marketplace. Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Mike Lee of Utah announced that the Senate…

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FTC Announces Plans to Address Unfair Competition

Antitrust law could impact internet technology.  On Thursday, the Federal Trade Commission announced a new policy that will prevent “unfair methods of competition.” According to Chair Lina Khan,…

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DOJ Includes Professional Golf Groups in Antitrust Probe

PGA Tour and U.S. Golf Association are part of the investigation. The Department of Justice has included Augusta National Golf Club, the U.S. Golf Association (USGA), and the…

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46 States Request Reopening Facebook Antitrust Lawsuit

Arguments are held in the D.C. Court of Appeals.  Solicitor general of New York Barbara Underwood spoke on behalf of 46 state governments at the D.C. Court of…

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Penguin House Antitrust Trial Begins in Federal Court

Justice Department moves to prevent the $2.2 billion merger. The trial between Penguin Random House and the Justice Department began on Monday in the District of Columbia U.S.…

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FTC Attempts to Block Meta from VR Acquisition

The agency says the purchase would weaken competition. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against Meta, the parent company of Facebook, alleging the company’s…

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Poultry Processors Settle Claims with Justice Department

Three companies agree to pay workers $84 million in restitution Major poultry processors Cargill, Sanderson Farms, and Wayne Farms settled a lawsuit with the Department of Justice on…

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House Judiciary Committee Refers Amazon to DOJ

Their 24-page letter claims the company has made “false and misleading statements.” The House Judiciary Committee referred Amazon to the Department of Justice for further investigation on Wednesday.…

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Student-Athletes

Decision opens door for more compensation challenges. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court sided with student athletes, ruling against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on the…

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