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Appellate Division Allows Sham Land Use Litigation Claim To Proceed
The Appellate Division affirmed the Chancery Division's decision finding that many of the competitor's arguments were without merit.
United States
31 Jul 2017
Federal Court Denies Motion To Dismiss In Teladoc Antitrust Suit
According to a Teladoc press release, this latest ruling is the seventh time in the last four years that various Texas courts have ruled in favor of Teladoc against the Board.
United States
23 Dec 2015
When Land Use And Antitrust Collide: The Curious Case Of Wegmans v. Shop Rite
On November 12, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a decision reversing the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, and holding that Village Supermarkets, Inc., which attempted to thwart the plans of Hanover 3201 Realty LLC to develop its property with a competitor supermarket, may be subject to an antitrust claim brought by Hanover Realty.
United States
23 Nov 2015
Teladoc Files Antitrust Suit Against Texas Medical Board
On April 29, Dallas-based Teladoc, Inc., the largest telemedicine service provider in the U.S., filed a federal antitrust lawsuit against the Texas Medical Board over a new Board rule prohibiting physicians from treating patients over the telephone before having met with them face-to-face.
United States
6 May 2015
Supreme Court Requires State Supervision Of Professional Boards
The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that state professional boards composed of and controlled by market participants in the profession are subject to federal antitrust regulations, and may not invoke state-action immunity, if the boards are not supervised by their respective state governments.
United States
6 Mar 2015
Third Circuit Adopts Reasonable Basis Of Suspicion As The Standard To Invoke The Crime-Fraud Exception to the Attorney-Client Privilege
On December 11, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a precedential ruling that reasonable suspicion of an intended crime is sufficient proof to overcome the attorney-client privilege. In re: Grand Jury: John Doe 1, John Doe 2, ABC Corp., Case Nos. 12-1697 & 12-2878, 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 25318 (3rd Cir. Dec. 11, 2012).
United States
3 Jan 2013
Antitrust Agencies Propose "Safety Zone" For Accountable Care Organizations
Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, physicians, hospitals and other health care providers are encouraged to form collaborative care groups, called Accountable Care Organizations ("ACOs"), to provide innovative services to reduce costs and improve quality of patient care.
United States
12 Apr 2011
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