The US FTC proposes new order settling all charges that manufacturer of law enforcement equipment entered into anticompetitive agreements with the seller of body-worn camera systems when they entered a merger of their businesses (Safariland / Axon / VieVu)

VieVu’s Former Parent Company Safariland Agrees to Settle Charges That It Entered into Anticompetitive Agreements with Body-Worn Camera Systems Seller Axon* Settlement is part of a larger case challenging Axon’s consummated acquisition of former competitor VieVu Safariland, LLC, which manufactures and sells equipment for the law-enforcement, military, and recreational markets, has agreed to

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US Federal Trade Commission, The US FTC proposes new order settling all charges that manufacturer of law enforcement equipment entered into anticompetitive agreements with the seller of body-worn camera systems when they entered a merger of their businesses (Safariland / Axon / VieVu), 17 April 2020, e-Competitions April 2020, Art. N° 95124

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