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MERGER UPDATE

Oil merger gets sticky


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Rising antitrust stars gather in Williamsburg

WILLIAMSBURG--The ABA’s “masters course” in historic Williamsburg once again gave a group of rising stars in the antitrust and consumer protection worlds the chance to meet and mingle with top...

Fierce fight over pet medications marketplace

There was a sometimes-fierce clash of views at the FTC on October 2—including veterinarians, consumer activists, business representatives, lobbyists and academics—at a workshop that examined...

Julie Brill takes the stage on Broadway

Broadway seldom sees a less likely double bill. Appearing at the Liberty Theater one night only as part of Advertising Week 2012, “Mission Impossible: Truth & Privacy” featured a first act with FTC...

Commissioner Brill to NAD: Keep it truthful

In a keynote address October 1 to the annual conference of the Better Business Bureau’s National Advertising Division, the ad industry’s self-regulatory arm, Commissioner Julie Brill highlighted a...

Green guidelines, class-action lawsuits hot topics at conference

The weighty title of a three-day conference on advertising regulation underscored a key difference between ad copy writers who win awards for brevity and pizzazz and the lawyers who advise them:...

FTC:WATCH Special Report: UBS antitrust trial suggests bid-rigging dealing was rampant

According to an exclusive FTC:WATCH analysis, taking money from U.S. taxpayers was standard operating procedure, hardly worth trying to hide, at Swiss-owned bank UBS, according to an FTC:WATCH...

Clash over Google shows what’s at stake for FTC on Election Day

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