No business likes losing a dispute, whether that dispute is a result of private litigation, governmental action, or even (maybe especially) a business dispute over a key market. This article explains one of the downsides to settling disputes, which is relatively more common in disputes with federal agencies--losing a dispute might mean agreeing to ongoing monitoring by a third party, with all the cost and irritation that entails.
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Settling a dispute might mean letting a monitor look over your shoulder, maybe for years