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U.S. 9th Circuit, April 30, 2008
Delaware Valley Surgical Supply Inc. v. Johnson & Johnson, No. 08-55105
In an interlocutory appeal stemming from a disagreement between two different groups of plaintiffs about who has standing as a "direct purchaser" to bring a claim against Johnson & Johnson and subsidiaries under federal antitrust laws, a judgment ruling against plaintiff-hospital is affirmed as it lacked standing to pursue an antitrust claim under a direct purchaser theory.
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