Health Care Law

Consent Agreement Reached in Pa. Urology Group Antitrust Suit

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Recently, a merged group, Urology of Central Pennsylvania Inc. (UCPI), consisting of five formerly independent urology practices in the Harrisburg area, and the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office reached an agreement to settle the case filed by the attorney general alleging antitrust theories arising out of the merger. The consent agreement was reached just a day after the suit was filed by the Attorney General's Office in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania styled as Pennsylvania v. Urology of Central Pennsylvania Inc.

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