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State Boards Seeking an Antitrust Pass? FTC Explains What They Need to Know

A Supreme Court decision from February ruled that state regulatory boards run by “a controlling number” of “active market participants” can qualify for an antitrust exemption only if they...

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Updated Merger Filing Rules in COMESA

The Council of Ministers of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa ("COMESA") has adopted an amendment to the COMESA Competition Rules on the Determination of Merger Notification ...

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FTC Director Addresses Enforcement Efforts in the Healthcare Sector

In an informative speech at the recent Accountable Care Organizations Summit, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Director of the Bureau of Competition Deborah Feinstein articulated her current...

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The Antitrust Challenge to the St. Luke's/Saltzer Medical Group Transaction: Implications for Hospital/Physician Consolidations

On January 24, 2014, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), along with the Idaho Attorney General and two local hospitals, prevailed in Idaho District Court in their challenge to the St....

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Actelion Settles REMS Dispute with Generic Drug Manufacturers

Last week Actelion settled a lawsuit against two generic drug manufacturers regarding whether Actelion is required to supply those generic firms with samples of its drug Tracleer for use in ...

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NY Attorney General Forges New Ground in Scrutiny of Pharmaceutical Agreements With First-Filer Exclusivity No-Challenge Settlement

The New York Attorney General's (NYAG) office has announced that it has reached a settlement with two generic drug manufacturers regarding allegations that an agreement between the firms...

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