Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-07-22

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-05-20

Posted by Christopher Gandia on May 20th, 2012 :: Filed under Uncategorized  
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  • Apple sued for for anticompetitive actions with the iPod. It is a class action, so you may be part of the class. http://t.co/liDwwWP6 #

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Posted by Christopher Gandia on April 29th, 2012 :: Filed under Uncategorized  
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Is Google Monopolizing the Search Engine Business? Depends Who You Ask

Posted by Cesareo Antonio Singzon on February 1st, 2012 :: Filed under Uncategorized  
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“Columbia Law School was the scene of a lively lunch talk on Wed. Jan. 18, featuring two antitrust experts debating whether Google is engaged in anticompetitive behavior in the search engine market. Bert I. Huang, an associate professor of law at Columbia Law School, moderated the debate.”

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NBA Players and Team Owners Reach Tentative Agreement

Posted by Cesareo Antonio Singzon on November 26th, 2011 :: Filed under News Articles  
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After consolidating their antitrust suits in Minneapolis, the NBA players have now reached a tentative agreement with team owners–with the hope of commencing the NBA season by Christmas.

NBA players file class-action suits against the NBA

Posted by Cesareo Antonio Singzon on November 17th, 2011 :: Filed under News Articles  
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Update on the earlier post on the NBA and pending lawsuits.

Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks, filed a class-action suit on behalf of all players under contract against the 30 NBA teams alleging that the “league’s lockout is an ‘illegal group boycott’ that violates federal antitrust law.”

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