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Amazon’s Most Favored Nations Policies Scrutinized Under Sherman Act

USA - January 30 2023 Antitrust claims in a class action case filed against Amazon in U.S. Federal District Court will largely proceed, after the Court allowed most of the…

Kelly Landers Hawthorne, John R Ingrassia

Prices and Profits Dominating the News

USA - November 16 2022 While states continue to lift their COVID related states of emergency, new price gouging claims are being made and ongoing price gouging litigation…

John R Ingrassia, Shannon D. McGowan

“Unconscionable” Standard Need Not be Clean Cut: NY Appellate Court Reverses Lysol Price Gouging Case

USA - September 14 2022 One of the bellwether price gouging cases from the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic was recently reversed and remanded by New York’s First…

Kelly Landers Hawthorne, John R Ingrassia

The Seventh Circuit Asks, “What’s Wrong With Having Lots of Patents?”

USA - August 10 2022 The answer? Not much, in itself. If one patent is good, 132 is probably fine too. That was Judge Easterbrook’s reasoning in a recent decision…

Siegmund Y Gutman, David A. Munkittrick

$264 Million Settlement in EpiPen Price Gouging Litigation

USA - July 29 2022 On July 11, 2022, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas approved a $264 million settlement against Mylan and certain of its…

John R Ingrassia