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Opinions – 6/18/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Commercial Law Antitrust BOTTOM LINE: Defendant was entitled to judgment on plaintiff’s antitrust claim because plaintiff failed to prove that defendant’s work rules unreasonably restrained competition. CASE: Krause Marine Towing Corp. v. Association of Maryland Pilots, No. 561, Sept. Term, ...

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Law digest: 6/18/12

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Criminal Procedure, Post-Conviction Procedure Act: Defense counsel’s failure to object to the advisory nature of the trial judge’s jury instructions at defendant’s trial did not amount to deficient representation, and the lack of objection to the ...

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Opinions – U.S. District Court of Maryland: 4/25/11

Antitrust Price-fixing allegations BOTTOM LINE: Plaintiffs’ complaint alleged a sufficiently plausible case of price fixing in violation of the Sherman Act and, therefore, Defendants’ motion to dismiss was denied. CASE: Haley Paint Company v. E.I. Dupont De Nemours and Co., ...

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Italian case against Google closed

MILAN — Google Italy was released Monday from an antitrust investigation in Italy after the company made a pair of commitments to address competitive concerns. Italy’s antitrust watchdog announced it found no infractions as it closed the case brought in ...

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EU launches antitrust probe into Google

BRUSSELS — European Union regulators will probe whether Google Inc. has been manipulating its search results to stifle competition, funnel more traffic to its own services and protect its global stranglehold of the online search market. The European Commission’s move, ...

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