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Gelfand steps down from DOJ’s antitrust division

David Gelfand is leaving the Justice Department on June 11 after serving less than three years as deputy assistant attorney general for litigation in the agency’s antitrust division.

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June 15 – FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen is giving the keynote address at the agency’s “Start with Security” data security conference at Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law in...


Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine running for governor

On the heels of trade talks, US officials express concern about China's IP-antitrust guidelines

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Foer and Madigan getting consumer awards

Two of the most prominent figures in the antitrust and consumer protection arenas are slated to receive awards from the Consumer Federation of America.

FTC wades into consumer protection in online lending market

The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday took one of its first steps toward protecting consumers in the growing financial technology industry, as it launched a series of public forums to discuss...

FTC can redact annual reports on children’s privacy law compliance, court rules

In a win for the Federal Trade Commission, a federal judge ruled the agency doesn’t have to make public information on companies’ compliance with self-regulatory guidelines related to a law aimed...

Neil Averitt commentary: Much state action brewing over state-action ruling

Deal ‘second requests’ ahead of last year

Newspapers pushing FTC for probe of ad blockers

Fierce debate erupts over role of Bureau of Economics in privacy cases

FTC, FCC still jockeying over privacy protections

Divided House panel trims FTC’s sails

Ohlhausen, academics clash over antitrust enforcement policy