Turkey leftovers: The Tipline for 28 October 2020
Nothing spoils the holidays like the outbreak of a deadly pathogen. The good news is, those of us who purchased certain Thanksgiving turkeys from 2010 through 2017 may be one step closer to antitrust damages. An Illinois federal court has rejected a motion to gobble up price-fixing claims brought by a group of indirect purchasers. Any hypothetical claim may be years away and might only cover the cost of canned cranberry sauce, but you can rejoice in the hope that the bird you are eating could be competitively priced. Vegetarian? GCR USA has plenty of other options in today’s Tipline including a potential DOJ challenge to a Visa merger and legislation immunising certain occupational licensing boards.
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