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Update on Significant DOT, FAA and Other Federal Agencies’ Aviation-Related Regulatory Actions - November 2015

This edition of the Cozen O’Connor Aviation Regulatory Update discusses the Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit against United Airlines and Delta Air Lines seeking to block the carriers’ proposed slot swap at Newark, DOT’s...more

Your Opportunity to Improve the Competitive Framework of Your Industry

Have Your Say on the Issues Paper on Australia's Competition Policy Review before 10 June 2014 - The Competition Policy Review Panel (Review Panel) has released its much anticipated Issues Paper on the 'root and...more

Jury Finds AQHA Clone Ban Violates Antitrust Laws

A federal jury in Amarillo recently found that the American Quarter Horse Association's rule that bans registration of cloned horses or their offspring violates both state and federal antitrust laws. The AQHA, which is the...more

Home-Grown & Clone-Grown: Why special labeling should, but most likely will not be, mandated for the meat and milk of cloned...

Since advancements in science and technology have made possible the cloning of various farm animals, farmers and ranchers have begun to use this innovation to make their farming operations more profitable. These farmers view...more

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