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The Times They Are A-Changin’: The Potential Impact of the Biden Administration on Antitrust Law and Enforcement

USA - December 1 2020 While much of the impact of the new administration is still up in the air pending President-Elect Biden’s appointments of key personnel and the…

Aldo A. Badini, David Dahlquist, Heather Lamberg (Kafele), Ian L. Papendick, Lauren E. Duxstad, Neely B Agin, Susannah P. Torpey.

What a Biden Administration Might Mean for Antitrust Law and Enforcement

USA - December 1 2020 While much of the impact of the new administration is still up in the air pending President-Elect Biden’s appointments of key personnel and the…

Aldo A. Badini, David Dahlquist, Heather Lamberg (Kafele), Ian L. Papendick, Lauren E. Duxstad, Neely B Agin, Susannah P. Torpey.

DOJ Announces New Model for Incentivizing Corporate Antitrust Compliance Programs in Criminal Investigations

USA - July 12 2019 In a highly anticipated speech yesterday, the Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division, Makan Delrahim, announced the Division’s new…

A. Paul Victor, Eric M. Meiring, Eva W. Cole, Heather Lamberg (Kafele), Jeffrey L. Kessler, Sean D. Meenan, Seth C. Farber.

Supreme Court Takes Sides on the Two-Sided Market

USA - June 26 2018 In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld contracts between American Express and merchants that prohibit merchants from “steering”…

Andrew C. Nichols, Christine A. Edwards, David Greenspan, Elizabeth P. Papez, Eva W. Cole, Geoffrey P. Eaton, Jeffrey L. Kessler, Johanna Rae Hudgens, John J. Rosenthal, Linda T. Coberly, Matthew R. Carter, Paul R. Griffin, Robert B. Pringle, Steffen N. Johnson.