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Event

Antitrust in Life Sciences – 3rd Annual Edition

Dina Older Aguilar of Cornerstone Research will speak on a panel titled, “Mergers in the Health Sector” at this annual event.

Article

Evolving Antitrust Analysis of Hospital Mergers

The authors discuss how differences between patient and insurer perspectives could create "cross-market" effects.

Article

Intersection of Intellectual Property and Competition Policy in Recent Cases

The authors discuss high-profile cases in the EU and US that concern IP rights and competition policy.

Case

Sidibe et al. v. Sutter Health

A federal jury issued a unanimous verdict for our client in a $1.2 billion antitrust class action trial.

Case

Erin Trish Coauthors Amicus Briefs for U.S. District Courts

Health economics and policy experts discuss the No Surprises Act.

Article

Reassessing the Value of Minimally Invasive Technologies in the Era of COVID-19

Darius Lakdawalla of the University of Southern California analyzes why the COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to rethink the use of minimally invasive technologies.

Press Release

M. Kate Bundorf Joins Duke University

Professor Bundorf is the S. Malcolm Gillis Distinguished Professor of Public Policy.

Case

In the Matter of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

Following the FTC’s lawsuit, the parties abandoned the proposed merger of two health systems.

Case

In the Matter of Aveanna Healthcare LLC and Maxim Healthcare Services

The FTC closed its investigation into this proposed merger after the parties abandoned the transaction.

Article

Vertical Merger Guidelines Overlook Health Care Co. Issues

The authors discuss how the agencies’ Vertical Merger Guidelines analyze non-horizontal mergers, specifically in the healthcare industry.

Article

Expectations for Healthcare Mergers During the Pandemic

The authors consider likely developments in healthcare mergers and challenges particular to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Case

Theft of Trade Secrets regarding Physician Networks

A physician network claimed that a hospital group used confidential information it obtained from their business relationship to set up a competing network.

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