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New DOJ Policy Underscores Need for Effective and Robust Antitrust Compliance Programs Now More than Ever

USA - July 18 2019 The Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced a policy change under which it will consider a company’s antitrust compliance program in mitigation of...

Michael G. Dashefsky, R. Dale Grimes.

Academic medical centers target of latest employee anti-poaching antitrust claim

USA - July 1 2015 An assistant professor at Duke University School of Medicine recently filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Duke illegally conspired with the...

R. Dale Grimes.

Hospital and partially-owned entity held to be incapable of conspiring under the antitrust laws

USA - February 13 2014 On January 22, 2014, a federal judge in the Southern District of Mississippi dismissed a hospital's antitrust lawsuit against a competing hospital...

E. Steele Clayton, IV, R. Dale Grimes.