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Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Finch: Compliance Re-Evaluation?

USA - June 6 2018 On May 31, 2018, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Andrew Finch delivered an important policy statement at the ABA antitrust in a Conference...

Senior Executive Type B Amnesty Redux A Rare Correction From DOJ (Or Not?)

USA - March 5 2018 Last year, as noted in this blog, the Antitrust Division issued one of its fairly rare but critically important “Frequently Asked Questions”...

Eyes Across the Atlantic: Coordination and Management of Global Private Antitrust Litigation

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - May 23 2017 In years past, the focus of private international antitrust disputes was the United States. Over a century of experience, treble damages, class...

Oliver Heinisch.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Amnesty ProgramMajor Changes in the Antitrust Division’s January 2017 Update

USA - January 25 2017 In the past, the Antitrust Division has used its “Frequently Asked Questions” piece to announce significant changes in the Amnesty Program. In...

Evolving private remedies for competition infringements in Europe: class actions in the U.K

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - October 19 2015 Winds of change are blowing through Europe's national courts, beginning with a new antitrust damages Directive requiring changes in national laws to...

Oliver Heinisch, Nadezhda Nikonova.