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July 15, 2019

In the News Today – July 15, 2019

DOJ Revamps Antitrust Compliance Policy: The U.S. Department of Justice tweaked its antitrust enforcement policies last week to reward companies that have strong compliance programs in place. (Wall Street Journal)

Florida Legal Expert Says Insurance Rates Will Drop Now That AOB Law Is In Effect: William Large, the president of the Florida Justice Reform Institute, said a law recently signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis to rein in assignment of benefits abuse “will have a positive impact on Florida’s consumers” and “will lead to decreased insurance premiums in the future.” The law took effect on July 1. (Florida Record)

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