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FTC Settles Monopolization Charges Stemming from Contract Exclusivity Terms Used by First-to-Market Medical Polymer Maker

The mere possession of monopoly power does not violate federal antitrust laws. The laws only address the anticompetitive acquisition, maintenance, or abuse of that power. The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) entered into a...more

4/29/2016 - Abuse of Power Anticompetitive Agreements Competition Consent Order FTC FTC Act Medical Devices Monopolization Product Exclusivity Section 5

Sixth Circuit Finds Possibility of Conspiracy Among Hospital Network Members

The Sixth Circuit on Tuesday voted 2 to 1 to reverse a district court’s grant of summary judgment under which a defendant hospital network had been found to be a single entity incapable of conspiring with itself in an...more

3/26/2016 - Anticompetitive Behavior Conspiracies Hospitals Joint Operating Agreement Monopolization Reversal Sherman Act Single Entity Rule

Rodeo Associations Fail to Wrangle Each Other in First Round of Antitrust Class Action: District Court Denies Plaintiffs’...

An upstart rodeo association, created and owned by professional rodeo cowboys, challenged that its competitor’s bylaws aimed at the new association and its participants constituted agreements that unreasonably restrain trade...more

2/9/2016 - Antitrust Litigation Bylaws Class Action Monopolization Motion to Dismiss Preliminary Injunctions Sherman Act

Kissing Camels Antitrust Suit Against Health System Moves Past Another Hump in the Road

In June, an antitrust suit brought by plaintiff ambulatory surgery centers (“ASCs”) against a health system, health insurers, and a trade association survived a motion to dismiss. Last week, the ASCs’ case cleared the hump of...more

9/3/2015 - Ambulatory Surgery Centers Anti-Competitive Antitrust Conspiracies False Statements Insurance Industry Joint Venture Leave to Amend Monopolization Motion for Summary Judgment Sherman Act Trade Associations

Supreme Court Unanimously Rules Unforeseeability Bars Immunity Defense for Allegedly Anticompetitive Hospital Merger

On February 19, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously held that state-action immunity does not protect a state-created hospital authority from antitrust scrutiny over a proposed hospital merger where the anticompetitive...more

2/22/2013 - Acquisitions FTC FTC v. Phoebe Putney Health System Government Entities Governmental Immunity Governmental Liability Hospital Mergers Hospitals Monopolization SCOTUS

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