On June 25, 2015, the DOJ filed a complaint against four Michigan hospital systems alleging that the hospitals agreed to not advertise in each other’s territories. Three of the four hospitals have reached settlement agreements with the DOJ and Michigan’s attorney general while W.A. Foote Memorial Hospital, operating as Allegiance Health, continues to litigate. The settlement agreements with the three other hospitals prohibit each of them from divvying up territories in the future and require that each hospital put compliance measures in place to prevent similar issues from occurring in the future. Allegiance has decided to move forward with the litigation.