Dissenting dismissal: The Tipline for 29 April 2019
On Friday, Judge Diane Wood of the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit really got into the spirit of the annual Loyola antitrust colloquium, giving a keynote speech that called for a return to the Sherman Act’s original goals of boosting small competitors. Meanwhile, one judge dissented from the Sixth Circuit's ruling to uphold an Ohio court’s dismissal of antitrust claims brought by the Medical Center at Elizabeth Place against Premier Health Partners in 2012. And over the weekend, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan celebrated her 59th birthday.
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