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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Business torts need to be included in the universe of possible antitrust violations, and now the lurid case of a Malaysian naval contractor called "Fat Leonard" shows us why. This particular...
Temporary joint efforts between competing entities are permitted during and after natural disasters, according to an advisory issued by the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission.
Government agencies often are rapped for being unresponsive when their work is criticized, but the Federal Trade Commission has shown that it takes such opinions seriously.
A few minutes into a press call about the privacy and data security settlement that the Federal Trade Commission and 32 states struck with global computer maker Lenovo, FTC acting Chairman Maureen...
Former Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez has joined Hogan Lovells as co-head of the firm’s antitrust, competition and economic regulation practice. She also plans to play an “active...
The antitrust agencies’ use of monitors has been praised for ensuring companies comply with their merger settlements, and pilloried for their excessive costs and disruptive demands.
If you spent part of your summer in a national park enjoying the beauty of nature, you might have to thank a monopolist or one of his heirs.
A new Federal Trade Commission blog series on what constitutes the best approach to data security has been helpful to some businesses. But critics say it doesn’t go far enough, hinting that the...
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Sept. 27 — Foley & Lardner is hosting a free webinar on “Antitrust Issues in Labor & Employment” from noon to 1 p.m. To register, go to:...
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