FTC and DOJ Host Merger Workshops

The first event promotes merger guidelines and the effects on competition. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division recently co-hosted the first of…

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DOJ Sues SpaceX Over Refugee Hiring Practices

The company cited “export control laws” as the reason for turning down migrants’ applications. The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a lawsuit against SpaceX, claiming that the company…

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Permanent Injunctions Sought Against E-Cigarette Manufacturers

DOJ and FDA pursue violations of an act regarding premarket applications. The Department of Justice has filed a claim on behalf of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA),…

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Man with Three Guns Arrested on Capitol Grounds

The driver apprehended by Capitol Police claimed to be delivering documents. On Wednesday, the Capitol Police apprehended a man who was illegally parked on Capitol grounds in a…

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President Announces Marijuana Conviction Pardons

President Joe Biden is pardoning people with federal convictions for marijuana possession, including those convicted under Washington, D.C. law. “I’m announcing a pardon of all prior federal offenses…

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