Researchers call on FTC to adopt encrypted whistleblower channel for reporting antitrust violations


A proposed open-source tool could make it easier for the commission to collect crucial evidence of anticompetitive behavior, including from employees at big tech companies.

Booz Allen acquisition of EverWatch unlikely to harm competition says federal judge


Judge Catherine Blake denied an interim judgment and took issue with the government's definition of a signals intelligence modeling market.

Federal judge declines to grant DOJ interim injunction in Booz Allen antitrust case


Judge Catherine Blake at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland sided with Booz Allen Hamilton and denied the DOJ's request for a preliminary order to halt the company’s acquisition of EverWatch.

DOJ urges judge to delay Booz Allen acquisition of EverWatch until NSA awards Optimal Decision contract


In federal court Tuesday legal representatives for the DOJ's Antitrust Division argued that the transaction could directly affect the technology procurement.

Booz Allen proposes measures to address DOJ concerns over EverWatch acquisition


The federal contractor seeks a consent judgment in which it would agree to maintain the structural independence of both companies for at least a year.

Maryland federal judge sets timeline for preliminary hearings in DOJ-Booz Allen antitrust lawsuit


The court will discuss objections to the acquisition at a pre-trial conference on Sept. 13.