Q&A: Getting candid with Noah Phillips

Federal Trade Commission member Noah Phillips spoke with FTCWatch reporters June 7 on a balcony outside his office overlooking 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. Inside his office, a picture hangs on the wall of conservatives’ bête noire, Louis...

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What changes are coming with the merger guidelines?

The antitrust agencies are busy considering possible revisions to the horizontal merger guidelines. Recent speeches and writings by some key players give us hints of what the final product might look like.

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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.

Calendar

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...

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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...