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Michigan Resident Is Terminated and Blackballed from the Packaged-Ice Industry for Refusing to Participate in and Exposing a Criminal Conspiracy; Kotchen & Low LLP Files Lawsuit on His Behalf

Detroit, Michigan, August 7, 2008 – Martin G. McNulty, a resident of Novi, Michigan, filed a lawsuit on July 23, 2008 alleging that he was fired by packaged ice company Arctic Glacier, Inc. for his refusal to participate in a packaged ice industry conspiracy to allocate customers and territories, and alleging that the Defendants participated…

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Daniel Kotchen Cited in Article as Authority on FTC-Related Issues.

In a recent article in Corporate Counsel magazine, which has also been posted on Law.com, Daniel Kotchen was cited as an authority on issues related to a former Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) Chairperson moving to an in-house position at a major consumer packaged goods company.  Mr. Kotchen previously served as an antitrust prosecutor at the FTC…

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May 23, 2008 — Montana Food Distributors Association Files Class Action Lawsuit on Behalf of Retailers, Wholesalers, and Retail State Associations Against Coupon Processors

Washington, DC, May 23, 2008 – Yesterday, the Montana Food Distributors Association (“MFDA”) filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of retailers, wholesalers, and state retail associations that administer coupon programs for small retailers.  The suit alleges that these industry stakeholders have been harmed by two coupon processors – International Outsourcing Services and Inmar, Inc….

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March 1, 2008 — Law Firm of Kotchen & Low LLP Opens in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C., March 1, 2008 – Daniel Kotchen and Daniel Low are pleased to announce the recent founding of the law firm Kotchen & Low LLP in Washington, D.C.  The firm focuses on litigation, corporate counseling, and representing corporations before federal and state agencies. “We are excited about the opportunities Kotchen & Low has to…