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Standard Parking Corp. to Reduce Interests in 29 Cities

Following Standard Parking Corporation’s proposed acquisition of Central Parking Corporation, the Department of Justice is requiring the company to divest its interests within 29 cities and 21 states.  On September
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Japanese Freight Forwarder Pleads Guilty to Price-Fixing

On September 19, 2012, the Department of Justice announced that the Japanese freight forwarding company Yamato Global Logistics Japan Co. Ltd. agreed to plead guilty and pay $2.3 million in
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AU Optronics Corporation Sentenced to Pay $500 Million

The Department of Justice announced on Thursday, September 20th, that the Taiwan-based LCD manufacturer, AU Optronics Corporation, was sentenced by
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Amerigroup Corp’s Divestiture will Allow for Competition

On November 28, 2012, the Department of Justice ended its concerns over WellPoint Inc’s proposed acquisition of Amerigroup after Amerigroup
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Learn About Anti-Trust Law Regarding Monopolies

The United States Federal Government has established a variety of anti-trust laws in order to prohibit unfair business practices and
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Quick Facts About Anti-Trust Laws

Anti-trust laws are in place to encourage competition in the market place and to prevent an abuse of power when
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eBay Entered Agreement not to Hire Intuit Employees

On November 16, 2012, the Department of Justice announced it filed a civil antitrust lawsuit against eBay Inc because it
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What are Vertical Restraints

Antitrust laws have evolved greatly over the years to include a wide range of business practices. However, most antitrust laws can trace their beginning back to the Sherman Antitrust Act
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