1. JD Supra Morning Brief: Price Fixing, Insurance Exchanges, Sports Gambling, Disparate Impact

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    The $168.6 million settlement of price-fixing and monopolization lawsuit in favor of dairy farmers leaves producers crying over spilled milk… (Bloomberg Law

    18-8-25. No, that’s not this year’s win-loss record of the hometown team, but the final tally of state decisions on health insurance exchanges under health care reform laws (King & Spalding

    Drafting your annual report? Read this first (Skadden Arps

    Lawmakers in Mississippi are considering legislation that would privatize the state’s child support enforcement functions (Lawyers.com

    60 seconds is long enough to accept or reject a commodities trade, says the CFTC (Shipkevich PLLC

    Not to be outdone, FINRA says that trades and trade cancellations in OTC transactions must be reported 10 seconds after they’ve taken place (Katten Muchin Rosenman

    The odds are good that New Jersey will learn within two weeks the fate of efforts to implement sports betting in the state (Ifrah Law

    Tenants on brownfield properties now benefit from the same cleanup liability protections as purchasers of such property. Does that mean rents will go up? (BakerHostetler

    A recent SEC roundtable on decimalization raised more questions than it answered (no, one of them was not “what is decimalization?”) (Pepper Hamilton

    HUD’s final rule on “disparate impact” claims could pose substantial compliance challenges for financial institutions (BuckleySandler

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