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Insurers a Little Bluer as Court Finds Exclusive Service Areas are Per Se Unlawful

USA - April 17 2018 In June of 2014, we reported on an Alabama federal district court's decision not to dismiss a multidistrict class action lawsuit challenging an...

Supreme Court limits antitrust immunity for certain state agencies

USA - March 2 2015 Last week, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion that will have a broad impact on how states regulate professions through agencies and...

Aaron M. Herzig.

Ninth Circuit affirms finding that hospital’s acquisition of medical group was anticompetitive

USA - February 12 2015 The Federal Trade Commission maintained its winning streak in health care merger cases after the 9th Circuit affirmed an Idaho district court’s...

Federal judge rules that integrated healthcare system comprised of separately owned hospitals incapable of conspiring under Section One of the Sherman Act

USA - October 29 2014 In recent years, some competing hospital systems have achieved the benefits of merging without a change in ownership of their assets by undertaking...

Insurers singing the Blues after district court denies motion to dismiss in lawsuit accusing Blue CrossBlue Shield of conspiring to limit competition

USA - June 27 2014 The multidistrict class action litigation challenging an alleged horizontal market allocation by Blue CrossBlue Shield Association and nearly 40...