antitrust law

Construction Management Firm President Pleads Guilty to Bid Rigging

by ParkmanLawFirm August 21, 2013 Criminal Law

Calvin Hall, the former vice president of Xcel Construction Services Inc. in Detroit, entered a guilty plea on Monday to a bid rigging charge deriving from an $11 million public housing contract.  Hall admitted before United States District Judge David M. Lawson that he conspired with Michael Woodhouse, Xcel’s president, and Bobby W. Ferguson, the […]

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Samsung seeks settlement in European Union Antitrust Suit

by ParkmanLawFirm June 26, 2013 Criminal Law

According to reports, Samsung may be ready to wave the white flag in its issues with European Union antitrust regulators rather than taking the chance of fighting it out in court. Samsung first came under the fire of the European Commission last year when it began seeking injunctions in various EU countries against Apple’s use […]

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