District Court Ruling Goes Against FTC

April 2011
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;4/4/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 14, p16
This section offers news briefs related to merger and acquisitions. U.S. District judge Andrew Guilford opposed the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in its efforts to block Laboratory Corp.'s acquisition of Westcliff Medical Laboratories. William P. Danielczyk, Jr. and Eugene R. Biagi of Galen Capital Group have been formally charged for skirting campaign finance laws in fundraising for former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The 2012 budget proposal released by the White House in does not include carried interest.


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