Brent Kendall Reporter
  • Washington, D.c.
  • The Wall Street Journal

Brent Kendall is a legal affairs reporter in the Washington bureau of The Wall Street Journal, where he covers the Justice Department, the Federal Trade Commission and the federal courts, including the Supreme Court.

Focus Areas

  • Legal Affairs
  • The Federal Trade Commission
  • The Federal Courts

125 Articles
2 months ago
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Judge Rejects Antitrust Challenge to UnitedHealth Acquisition

The ruling deals a blow to Biden administration antitrust enforcement, and it clears the health giant to buy health-t...

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3 months ago
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Appeals Court Upholds Texas Law Regulating Social-Media Platforms

A federal appeals court upheld the state law that seeks to prohibit platforms such as Facebook and Twitter from block...

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5 months ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Google Offers Concessions to Fend Off U.S. Antitrust Lawsuit

As part of one offer, Google has proposed splitting up its ad-tech business. The tech giant’s proposals stop short of...

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5 months ago
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Texas’ Nearly Century-Old Abortion Ban in Effect for Now, State’s High Court Says

The Texas Supreme Court blocked a temporary postponement of the ban’s enforcement that abortion providers had won fro...

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5 months ago
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How the Supreme Court Overturned Roe v. Wade and Abortion Rights

The Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion that was first established in the 1973 Roe v. Wa...

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5 months ago
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What Does Overturning Roe v. Wade Mean? What to Know About the Supreme Court Abortion Ruling

The Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion that was first established in the 1973 Roe v. Wa...

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5 months ago
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Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, Eliminates Constitutional Right to Abortion

A deeply divided high court upheld a law from Mississippi that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy and said the...

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7 months ago
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What to Know About the Draft Abortion Opinion Suggesting Roe v. Wade Could Be Overturned

The draft opinion from Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case would, if made final, overrule Roe v. Wade a...

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7 months ago
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Supreme Court Is Investigating Leak of Draft Opinion Overruling Roe v. Wade

Chief Justice John Roberts ordered an investigation into the leak, as the ramifications of the breach of protocol spr...

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7 months ago
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Roe v. Wade May Be Overturned, a Leaked Draft of Supreme Court Opinion Indicates

A leaked Supreme Court draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito and published by Politico indicated the court ma...

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8 months ago
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Biden Administration Could Fight Ruling Striking Down Transportation Mask Mandate

The Justice Department might appeal a judge’s ruling that voided the administration’s Covid-19 mask mandate for trans...

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9 months ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Justice Department Investigates Chicken Companies' Information Sharing on Labor

Civil antitrust probe is examining whether sharing of employment information kept wages lower for plant workers.

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