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Safe No More: DOJ Highlights Information Exchange in Withdrawal of Enforcement Policy Statements

USA - February 15 2023 On February 2, 2023, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Doha Mekki of the DOJ Antitrust Division previewed the agency’s withdrawal of longstanding…

Jamillia Ferris, Pauline Fliche, Donna Faye Imadi, Morgan Marmaro, Meghan Rissmiller, Daniel Wylde

Report Promptly and Expect to Remediate: DOJ Updates its Antitrust Leniency Program

USA - April 18 2022 On April 4, 2022, U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced new changes to the Antitrust Division’s Leniency Program - a key tool for DOJ’s criminal…

Morgan Marmaro, Bruce McCulloch

FTC and DOJ front and center in new Biden Executive Order on competition, with a focus on labor issues

USA - July 13 2021 On July 9, 2021, President Biden signed a far-reaching Executive Order (the Order) aimed at promoting competition in the American economy. This Order…

Bruce McCulloch, Justin Stewart-Teitelbaum, Elizabeth Suarez

A Shift in Antitrust Enforcement of HR-Related Conduct Spurred Criminal Indictments of an Individual in December 2020 and a Company in January 2021

USA - January 12 2021 While the U.S. antitrust agencies had historically brought civil enforcement actions against anticompetitive agreements pertaining to employee…

Daphne Lin, Bruce McCulloch

In review: the foreign investment regime in USA

USA - October 21 2020 This article reviews the most consequential aspects of the foreign investment regime in USA, including key regulations and restrictions, with particular regard to recent developments.

Christine Laciak, Aimen Mir