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Topic: Antitrust Lawsuit

Antitrust lawsuits are legal actions brought by government entities or private parties against companies accused of engaging in anti-competitive practices or abusing their market dominance.

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The podcast episodes discuss several high-profile antitrust lawsuits, including the U.S. Department of Justice's cases against tech giants like Apple Antitrust lawsuit against Apple, Google DOJ antitrust lawsuit against Google, and Live Nation Live Nation antitrust lawsuit.

These lawsuits allege that the companies have abused their dominant market positions in ways that harm consumers and stifle competition. The episodes explore the legal arguments, potential impacts, and broader implications of these antitrust battles.

The podcasts also touch on other notable antitrust developments, such as the National Association of Realtors settlement NCAA antitrust lawsuit and the Epic Games v. Google case over app store policies Google's Epic Loss + Silicon Valley's Curious New Subculture + How 2023 Changed the Internet.

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