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Private security

CINCINNATI — In an antitrust case brought by private security companies, the Sixth Circuit upheld a ruling in favor of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, finding the plaintiffs failed to define a “relevant market.” The companies sued after the department stopped allowing its officers to take second jobs as private security workers and entered the private security services market itself, winning several contracts previously held by the companies.

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