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Western Union, Haitian Ex-Presidents Face Revived Antitrust Suit – Bloomberg Law

By Mike Leonard
Western Union Co. and three former Haitian presidents—including the estate of Jovenol Moïse, assassinated in 2021—must face antitrust litigation over an alleged scheme to fix the price of wiring money and calling long-distance to Haiti, a federal appeals court in Manhattan ruled Thursday.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit revived the case, overturning a decision by Judge Michael H. Simon, who held in 2021 that the lawsuit was doomed by the “act of state” doctrine because it sought to establish liability based on official sovereign policies of the Haitian government.
Judge Michael H. Park, writing for the …
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