The antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Attorneys General (AG) of 11 States (State of Arkansas, State of Florida, State of Georgia, State of Indiana, Commonwealth of Kentucky, State of Louisiana, State of Mississippi, State of Missouri, State of Montana, State of South Carolina and State of Texas), known collectively as the Plaintiffs, have been busy since October 20, 2020.
Here, in no particular order, are some of the year’s highlights as chronicled by McCarthy Tétrault’s bloggers:
I drove past a house flying a confederate flag last week and asked myself, “Could I live beside that person?” You can’t do anything about the politics of your neighbour, although you don’t have to invite him or her to your backyard BBQ. The workplace, however is another story. How does an employer deal with an employee’s unpopular politics?