Antitrust Antitrust

Sutter Health didn't engage in illegal tying in contracts, US jury in San Francisco finds

By Michael Acton
  • 11 Mar 2022 19:40
  • 11 Mar 2022 20:24
Sutter Health didn’t break antitrust law in its contractual terms with insurers, a US jury in San Francisco found today after less than two days of deliberation.

The jury concluded unanimously that Sutter didn't tie its services or force health plans into terms that prevented them from steering customers to cheaper alternatives.

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Michael Acton

Senior Correspondent

Michael is a senior correspondent for MLex in San Francisco, where he moved in 2020 after working in our Brussels bureau. Before joining MLex, he reported on EU politics as the Financial Times’ Nico Colchester Fellow in Brussels. Michael has a degree in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge, and a degree in History and French from University College London and Paris IV Sorbonne.

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