Antitrust enforcers have received mixed receptions on Capitol Hill in recent weeks.
There are getting to be an awful lot of cooks clustered around the antitrust soup kettle. The question is what to do about it.
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President Donald Trump is likely to nominate Joseph Simons, co-chairman of the antitrust group at Paul Weiss, to be chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, FTC:WATCH has learned.
In one of the Federal Trade Commission’s highest-stakes trials in history, lawyers for DirecTV and the agency launched a one-month battle in a California federal court this week, unveiling the...
Shortly before the Senate adjourned for the August recess, Orrin Hatch, the senior Republican member of the chamber, took to the floor and sounded off on an unexpected subject: antitrust.
It all started as a joke on Twitter.
In a twist in the protracted litigation challenging American Express’ restrictions that stop merchants from steering consumers to less expensive credit cards, the Justice Department blasted the...
State officials have a message for the Federal Trade Commission’s efforts to push for changes in how occupations are licensed: “We hear you and are making progress on our own.”
Ah, the lazy days of summer. The sun, the sand, the voice of the waves murmuring through the seashell at your ear.
Many private colleges are having trouble with their finances and they say getting a carve-out of the antitrust laws might help them.
Companies engaged in mergers and acquisitions are increasingly buying insurance policies to protect themselves from unknown dangers that arise post-closing, lawyers say.
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Brookman leaves FTC for Consumers Union post
Sept. 13-14 — The Fordham Competition Law Institute is sponsoring its International Antitrust Law and Policy Conference and related events. For more information, go to:...
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