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U.S.: Insight into Google case sees conduct remedies over financial settlements

 |  November 20, 2012

As the clock winds down for Google to settle with the Federal Trade Commission, experts foresee the search giant as ultimately finding some sort of remedy to prevent an incredible expensive litigation. Shareholder and Butzel Long law firm director Richard Brosnick offers his insight into the situation, suggesting that the web may move too quickly for the law to keep up, and that a lawsuit may not offer enough relief to the companies involved allegedly harmed by Google. Brosnick also sees “conduct remedies,” rather than financial ones, in Google’s future.

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