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Drug patent settlements may be illegal, DOJ says

The U.S. Justice Department said settlements in which makers of brand-name drugs pay to delay the introduction of generic competitors should be considered illegal in many cases. The department, in a filing Monday with the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of ...

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Varney announces break with Bush antitrust policies

The Obama administration on Monday revoked a Bush administration antitrust policy, calling it an impediment to the government’s ability to fight anti-competitive conduct by dominant companies. The approach under former President George W. Bush “raised too many hurdles” to limiting ...

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Nation Briefs

Extension granted in Blagojevich case Chicago U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald was granted a 90-day extension to obtain an indictment against Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, whom he has accused of corruption in a criminal complaint. U.S. District Judge James Holderman in ...

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