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Value Drug Company v. Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A. Inc. et al.

Laurence Baker testified during a rare antitrust trial centering on the allegation that a brand manufacturer conspired with three generics to allocate the market for gout medication colchicine.


Pro Bono: Analysis of Jail Stays for Non-Violent Offenders

Cornerstone Research is providing pro bono support for Appleseed’s economic analysis of short-term jail stays for non-felony, non-violent charges.


Pro Bono: Impact of Gun Prevalence on Democracy Participation

Cornerstone Research is working with Everytown for Gun Safety to research how the prevalence of guns affects participation in democracy in the U.S.


In re Novartis and Par Antitrust Litigation

Novartis reached settlements with plaintiffs in this reverse payment matter.


Secure Energy Services Inc./Tervita Corporation

The Competition Tribunal ruled in favor of the Canadian Competition Bureau's Commissioner of Competition in his challenge of Secure Energy’s acquisition of Tervita.


Pro Bono: Analysis of Financial Barriers to Obtaining a Government-Issued ID

Cornerstone Research is providing pro bono support for Appleseed’s analysis of the costs associated with obtaining a government-issued ID across the United States.


EC Investigation into Cloud Technology Company Merger

The European Commission cleared this merger after an investigation.


Amgen Inc.’s Acquisition of Horizon Therapeutics plc

The FTC approves Amgen’s $28B purchase of Horizon.


Arkansas Teacher Retirement System et al. v. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. et al.

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals instructed the district court to decertify the class in this securities class action litigation.


Indiana Public Retirement System v. AAC Holdings et al.

A federal judge denied class certification for one claim in this securities class action litigation. The case settled after the ruling.


The Hertz Corporation et al. v. Frissora et al.

The court granted the defendant’s motion for summary judgment in this matter involving clawback claims related to accounting errors.


In re HIV Antitrust Litigation

The jury found in favor of the defense concluding, consistent with Dr. Saravia’s testimony, that the settlement contained no payment for delay.

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