Antitrust lawyers are scratching their heads over a decision by an Illinois federal judge that found the Federal Trade Commission’s approach to defining geographic markets “flawed” in its effort to block two Chicago-area hospitals from merging.
The June 20 ruling, involving the proposed merger of Advocate Health Care and NorthShore University
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