Bar exam prep behemoth Barbri Inc. did not run afoul of antitrust laws in its dealings with law schools as a competitor alleged, a federal appeals court has ruled.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Thursday affirmed dismissal of LLM Bar Exam’s $50 million antitrust suit, which claimed Barbri colluded with law schools to keep the plaintiff off campuses, dominate the LL.M. bar prep market and eventually drive it out of business.

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