Pushback by courts needed to end unnecessary confidentiality, judges say
Judges presiding over antitrust cases need to push back against merging parties who needlessly try to keep documents and evidence confidential, three judges who presided over recent antitrust cases have said. Kathryn Haake at the ABA Spring Meeting
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