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Ohlhausen advisor to join Dechert

Gregory Luib has signed on as counsel with the law firm Dechert after more than a decade at the Federal Trade Commission.


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June 2-3 – FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez and FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen are among the speakers at the American Bar Association’s “Antitrust in Asia” conference at the Langham Hong Kong Hotel...

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Glass jumps to Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

Facebook ruling on gag orders gives tech firms ammunition to fight DOJ

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Sherwin-Williams would become powerhouse in paints, stains, resins with Valspar acquisition

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Neil Averitt commentary: Playing the antitrust odds, hitting the jackpot in Vegas

Connoisseurs of antitrust will have noticed that the firms in the most colorful disputes often have some sort of tie to Las Vegas.

Law school makes antitrust claim over LSAT policy

Antitrust, often taught as an abstract subject, is a core part of many legal curricula. However, one law school is taking a hands-on approach to the subject.

Getting it right: Geographic markets debated in hospital tie-ups

War of words erupts over FTC rules revamp

Lessons learned: How the FTC stopped the Staples-Office Depot merger

‘FTC architect’ Brandeis faced fight over high court post