Closing arguments in Advocate, NorthShore antitrust case focus on FTC’s recent Pennsylvania loss
Attorneys for two Chicago-area hospital systems argued in federal court Wednesday that a recent decision in a similar antitrust case in Pennsylvania supports the systems’ case for being allowed to merge.
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