FTC Calls In-House Ilumina Case As Important As Fed. Trial

Law360 (April 23, 2021, 9:44 PM EDT) -- Federal Trade Commission staffers challenging Illumina's $8 billion plan to buy cancer testing company Grail are eager to get the case moving both in federal court and via the agency's in-house process, urging an administrative law judge Friday not to delay his part because of potential overlap.

Administrative Law Judge D. Michael Chappell should keep his currently proposed schedule — which wasn't publicly available as of press time — FTC Complaint Counsel Susan Musser said Friday during a scheduling conference. Musser pushed back on Illumina and Grail assertions that the administrative proceedings should be delayed to give more breathing room to...

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