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Danyll Foix Analyzes FTC Settlement of Minnesota Healthcare Merger

Articles / November 30, 2016

Partner Danyll Foix authored an article published Nov. 16, 2016, by Law360. The article, “FTC’s Unusual Settlement for Minn. Physician-Practice Merger,” examines a recently announced proposed settlement of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) challenge of a central Minnesota health system’s acquisition of physician-owned multipractice group.

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