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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, Meredith Mommers, Meghan Rissmiller, Daniel Wylde

The FTC’s New Year’s Resolution: Out with Post-Employment Non-Competes

USA - January 9 2023 The US Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) is following through on its commitment to more closely police competition issues in labor markets. As we…

Lori Goodman, Nicole F. Foster, Brandon Gantus, Andrew Herman, Kara King, Angela Landry, Bruce McCulloch, Jan Rybnicek

With Zito, DOJ Brings First Criminal Antitrust Charges Under Section 2 in Decades - Has Anything Changed?

USA - November 14 2022 On October 31, 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) secured a guilty plea in its first criminal case under Section 2 of the Sherman Act in…

Julie Elmer, Andrew Henderson, Angela Landry

Back from the Dead? The FTC Revives Challenges to Distribution Arrangements in FTC v. Syngenta & Corteva

USA - October 12 2022 The Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC’s”) September 29, 2022, lawsuit challenging alleged “pay-to-block” schemes on the part of pesticide…

Angela Landry, Bruce McCulloch

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…

Bruce McCulloch, Meredith Mommers