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EX-Assistant Chief Of DOJ’s Antitrust Division Joins Paul, Weiss

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison announces the arrival of Eyitayo St. Matthew-Daniel as a litigation partner in New York.  Known as “Tee,” Ms. St....

Revising the U.S. DOJ-FTC Horizontal Merger Guidelines – Accounting for Algorithmic...

Michal Gal & Daniel L. Rubinfeld, University of Haifa & University of California at Berkeley This Comment is written in response to DOJ-FTC Request for...

DOJ Probes Four Of The Powerful Bodies In US Golf

The Department of Justice's investigation into American professional golf reportedly includes the United States Golf Association, the PGA Tour, the PGA of America, and...

US DOJ Seeks More Info On $8B CVS-Signify Health Deal

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has asked for more details on CVS's proposed $8 billion deal to buy Signify Health, in a possible...

DOJ Says Antitrust Pressure Has Lead To 7 Board Directors Resignations

Seven members of the board of directors at five companies have resigned because of the DOJ's antitrust concerns over the directors holding similar board...
US Law

DOJ, FTC & EC Hold Second US-EU Joint Technology Competition Policy...

The Justice Department’s Antitrust Division Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Kanter, Federal Trade Commission Chair (FTC) Lina M. Khan and Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager of...
1-THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DIGITAL MARKETS ACT WITH NATIONAL ANTITRUST LAWS By Dr. Christophe Carugati

DOJ & FTC Meet With Other Enforcers On Digital Markets

The Justice Department’s Antitrust Division Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Kanter and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chair Lina Khan participated in a G7 Joint Competition...
DOJ

Republicans Ask for DOJ Help in CBDC Fight

A group of Republican lawmakers is asking the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to weigh in on the Federal Reserve’s proposed creation of a central bank digital...
Fishing Industry

Justice Department Probes Competition In New England Fishing Industry

The US Department of Justice has begun looking at possible antitrust issues in the New England fishing industry, amid growing concern about consolidation and...
Labor Market

DOJ Antitrust Division Not Backing Down on Labor

By: Ann O'Brien and Kayley Sullivan (Baker Hostetler/Antitrust Advocate) Despite back-to-back losses in the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) first-ever criminal no-poach and wage-fixing cases, the Antitrust Division...
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