Dispute over competition regulation seen as debate over democracy

The link between market competition and democracy is creating an intellectual tug-of-war between progressives and their conservative counterparts.

Neill Averitt

The great fashion-model conspiracy

The antitrust profession thinks of labor cases as a recent policy innovation. But on the important topic of wage collusion, they date back several decades, at least to the Federal Trade Commission’s memorable case against the great fashion-model conspiracy of 1993.

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Monitor proposal floated by Staples-Office Depot judge would be unprecedented

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Ramirez: FTC won't push for legislation on medical app guidelines

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Bernard M. Hollander, who spent nearly six decades at DOJ, dies

Bernard M. Hollander, who set a record for serving 59 years as an antitrust lawyer with the Justice Department, has died. He was 100.

Neil Averitt commentary: West Virginia hospital case highlights quality of state-action supervision

The state-action defense is front-and-center in the merger of the two main hospitals in Huntington, West Virginia.

SEC accuses Texas AG of securities fraud

The chief law enforcement officer of Texas is getting the chance to see how the judicial system works from the other side.

Privacy Shield ratification faces hurdles

The path toward ratification of the trans-Atlantic data transmission deal — dubbed Privacy Shield — isn’t getting any easier.