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Is the DOJ’s first criminal monopolization case in decades more bark than bite?

USA - November 22 2022 Last month, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division announced its first criminal attempted monopolization charges in more than 40 years. In the…

Matthew M. Martino, David P. Wales, Julia K. York

2022: What You Need To Know …

USA - February 25 2022 This year, we expect to see new disclosure requirements; rule changes at the Securities and Exchange Commission that will affect directors; activists…

John Adebiyi, Brooks E. Allen, James Anderson, Karina Bakhshi-Azar, Joseph L. Barloon, Bill Batchelor, David Berke, Brian V. Breheny, Frederic Depoortere, Brian J. Egan, Andrew L. Foster, Richard J. Grossman, Matthias Horbach, Shalom D. Huber, Michael E. Leiter, David Meister, Daniel Michael, Melissa L. Miles, Virginia Milstead, Neil P. Stronski, Ingrid Vandenborre, Alexander J. Vargas, David P. Wales

Recent Antitrust Developments Underscore Administration’s Focus on Labor Markets

USA - February 8 2022 As the Biden Administration enters its second year, the White House and antitrust enforcers at the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade…

Michael A. Lanci, Karen M. Lent, Zachary C. Siegler, Julia K. York

Biden’s Broad Mandate Has Altered the Antitrust Landscape, Making Merger Clearance Process Less Predictable

USA - January 19 2022 The Biden administration has demonstrated a clear pro-enforcement approach to antitrust, implementing numerous directives and changes, driven in part…

David P. Wales

FTC Policy Statement Outlines Criminal Antitrust Enforcement Efforts, Reinforces Interagency Priorities

USA - December 2 2021 On November 18, 2021, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) voted 4-0 to adopt a new policy statement outlining the commission’s plans to expand its…

Margaret E. Krawiec, Zachary C. Siegler, David P. Wales