AGs’ Expanding Focus Due to COVID-19 | New Antitrust Guidelines | AG Sues Timeshare Exit Companies
AntitrustFTC and DOJ Issue Joint Antitrust Guidelines for Vertical Mergers (Read More)
AG Investigates Nursing Homes | FTC Sends More COVID-19 Warning Letters | Zoom Agrees to Enhance Security
AntitrustRent-to-Own Operators Allegedly Collude to Reduce Competition (Read More)
Price Gouging Lawsuits | Antitrust Settlement in Cancer Care Market | Alleged Misuse of Tax Credits by Nonprofit
AntitrustWhere's the Beef? Bipartisan Coalition of Attorneys General Asks U.S. Department of Justice to Investigate Antitrust Concerns Relating to Meatpackers (Read More)
COVID-19-Related Price Gouging | COVID-19-Related Fake Medicines | COVID-19-Related Antitrust Review Speed-Up
AntitrustFTC and DOJ Expedite Antitrust Review for COVID-19-Related Collaborations (Read More)
NY State Debt Collection Suspended | Anti-Gouging Enforcement | AGs: Who’s an “Accredited Investor”?
AntitrustT-Mobile/Sprint Merger Clears Another Hurdle with California Settlement (Read More)
Who Controls When State and Federal Regulators Disagree on Whether a Chemical Is a Carcinogen?
AntitrustT-Mobile's Acquisition of Sprint Cleared by Federal Court (Read More)
University of Phoenix’s Wings Clipped with $191 Million Settlement over Allegedly Deceptive Marketing
AntitrustCalifornia Settles Another Auto Parts Price-Fixing Suit, Bringing the Total to 52 (Read More)
When “Free” Trials Come With Strings Attached: Attorneys General Ask FTC to Look Into Deceptive Negative Option Marketing
AntitrustT-Mobile/Sprint Merger Clears Another Hurdle with Texas Agreement (Read More)
How Did A Hacker Allegedly Access A Million Customers’ Personal Data? Let the FTC Count the Ways.
AntitrustFTC Orders Sale of Assets After Finding Consummated Merger of Prosthetics Companies Anticompetitive (Read More)
The State AG Report Weekly Update October 17, 2019
AntitrustMississippi Attorney General Reaches Agreement with Wireless Network Provider Over Merger (Read More)