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antitrust

Chiefly US regulating or opposing trusts, monopolies, cartels, or similar organizations, esp in order to prevent unfair competition
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26 April 2017 - California, US-based antitrust law practice Mogin Law Firm, P.
Overton most recently served as deputy assistant attorney general in charge of civil enforcement in the DOJs Antitrust Division, a position she held from 2011 to 2015.
Monetary fines and prison sentences for individual antitrust offenders also are growing in size and frequency.
Against the aforementioned backdrop, at different times and from different vantage points, antitrust stakeholders have called for reflection on the intellectual status of the field.
An academic discussion on antitrust in agriculture and new approaches to antitrust could not happen at a better time.
30, 2012, as assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice's (DOJ) Antitrust Division, announced on Friday a policy change that will be a boon to corporate defendants.
THE DOCTRINAL EVOLUTION OF REGULATORY IMMUNITY FROM ANTITRUST LAW A.
Broder, a partner with the global antitrust practice K&L Gates LLP, helps the reader gain familiarity with the law and develop the ability to spot and analyze issues quickly and accurately.
Second, much of the antitrust scholarship in the academy over the last decade has taken a post-Chicago tilt, calling into question Chicago's anti-interventionist assumptions.
The core rule in antitrust is that competitors cannot agree with one another on the prices that they charge to their customers.
Mealey Publications (King of Prussia, PA), a unit of Lexis-Nexis (Dayton, OH), has begun the publication of "Lexis-Nexis Antitrust Report" with an April issue.
To examine whether the need exists to modernize the antitrust laws and to identify and study related issues;