Unfair trade

Retail cases to watch in 2022

By Hailey Konnath (Jan 3, 2022, 12:03 p.m. EST) – A multitude of cases are expected to occupy the retail industry in 2022, including high-stakes appeals arising from antitrust litigation on Apple and Google app stores , disputes with landlords over rent during peak COVID-19 closures and fallout from data …

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Sixers: the enigma of Matisse Thybulle

“Matisse Thybulle is a problem”. You hear this all the time from players and coaches, both the Sixers and the opposition. This is usually in reference to his stellar defensive play and the chaos he can wreak on an opposing team’s offense. And by now it should be obvious to …

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FG, private sector partner to develop a logistics hub for the commercial integration of the AfCFTA

An indigenous Nigerian company, Insight Dynamics Resources (IDR) (along with America’s largest engineering firm, AECOM) has proposed a partnership with the federal government to develop an integrated multimodal logistics system for free zone trade integration. -African Continental Exchange (AfCFTA). The company is in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Industry, …

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New Balance sued for exaggerating allegations about its “Made in USA” sneakers

New Balance proudly presents its “Made in USA” and “Made in UK” sneaker lines as its highest level of craftsmanship, but a proposed class action lawsuit alleges the former constitutes an act of false advertising. Six men filed the lawsuit in Massachusetts federal court last week and accused New Balance …

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Much Like 2021, DOJ and FTC to Remain Active in Restrictive Engagement Space | Benesch

2021 saw significant activity from both the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) in 2021. The DOJ, for example, finally acted on its warning / 2016 threat to investigate and potentially prosecute non-arrangements / poaching agreements between competitors. And, as previously commented by Benesch, the FTC …

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Thomas Mallon and William McArdle of Titan Investors sued by

NEW YORK, December 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Markets Group (www.marketsgroup.org), one of the world’s leading conference organizers in the investment management industry, has filed a complaint against two former employees for theft alleged trade secrets and use these secrets, some of them verbatim, to solicit Markets Group clients. The …

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(LEAD) SK, leader of Chey group fined 1.6 billion won over allegedly unfair business deal

(ATTN: RECASTS throughout with more details and SK statement) SEOUL, Dec. 22 (Yonhap) – The South Korean competition regulator on Wednesday announced that it has decided to impose a combined fine of SK Inc. and group leader Chey Tae-1.6 billion won (1.3 million won). dollars) for allegations that the company …

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Brokers urge government to impose timetable on Sebi for issuing show cause notices

Ahead of the Union budget, the stockbrokers association Anmi urged the government to prescribe a deadline for Sebi for issuing justification notices and to reduce the minimum fine for small investors to Rs 1 lakh against Rs 5 lakh currently for breach of market rules. Currently, the Securities and Exchange …

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Consumer forum orders INOX to pay viewer ₹ 1 lak

Finding that delay in showing a film while showing commercial advertisements is an unfair business practice, a district consumer commission ordered INOX Leisure Private Limited to pay ₹ 1 lakh in punitive damages and damages. mention the actual time at which the film will be shown. Hyderabad District Consumer Dispute …

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UK proposes to maintain trade measures for biodiesel

On December 15, the UK Trade Remedies Authority proposed to maintain the current anti-dumping and countervailing measures on monoalkyl fatty acid ester (FAME) biodiesel for an additional five years, but to remove the current similar measures. in place for the renewable diesel produced. from paraffinic gas oil resulting from synthesis …

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