OA433: Google Antitrust and Purdue Pharma Plea

It’s a Tr*** free day here at OA! Not even one mention of that entity. It’s all about some major stories in the law. Google has been sued by the DoJ and a number of individual states for unlawfully maintaining monopolies for search services. And Purdue Pharma has reached a plea agreement involving billions of dollars. One of these is good and the other… isn’t… Listen to the Andrew Torrez Mr. Fantastic Signature Breakdown to found out!

Links: Google Complaint, 15 US Code § 2 – Monopolizing trade a felony, Purdue Pharma plea deal

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