The US DoJ charges two clinical directors for price-fixing for health care workers and obstructing the FTC’s investigation

Second Individual Charged with Fixing Wages for Health Care Workers and Obstructing FTC Investigation* A federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Texas returned a superseding indictment charging two Texas men with conspiring to fix prices by lowering rates paid to certain health care workers and then conspiring and endeavoring to obstruct a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigation of their conduct. According to court documents, Neeraj Jindal and John Rodgers violated the Sherman Act by agreeing with

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US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ charges two clinical directors for price-fixing for health care workers and obstructing the FTC’s investigation, 19 April 2021, e-Competitions March 2021, Art. N° 100268

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