Region: North America

United States - Economist's Perspective: Class actions – litigation, policy and latest developments

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02 December 2022

United States: Class actions – litigation, policy and latest developments

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02 December 2022

United States: SEPs and FRAND – litigation, policy and latest developments

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02 December 2022

Canada: Class actions – litigation, policy and latest developments

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02 December 2022

FTC official: Practitioners must use “best judgment” over Section 5 risks

The Federal Trade Commission should prosecute conduct far beyond what is prohibited by the Sherman Act following the recent revival of Section 5 of the FTC Act, the director of the agency’s healthcare division has said.

02 December 2022

DOJ secures plea deal from Kentucky farmland bid-riggers

Two real estate professionals have pleaded guilty for their roles in a conspiracy to rig bids for farmland and timber real estate in Kentucky, hours before the charges were set to go to trial.

01 December 2022

21 million consumers granted cert in Google Play Store case

A federal judge in California has certified a class of more than 21 million consumers alleging that Google unlawfully monopolised its Android Play Store, while also denying a motion to exclude the plaintiffs’ top economic expert.

30 November 2022

Key Developments in the United States

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25 November 2022

United States: Platform Economics and Mergers

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25 November 2022

United States: E-Commerce and Big Data Merger Control

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25 November 2022

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