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FTC And DOJ Issue Revised Antitrust Guidelines For International Enforcement And Cooperation
On January 13, 2017, the US Federal Trade Commission and US Department of Justice (collectively, the "Agencies") jointly issued revised Antitrust Guidelines for International Enforcement and Cooperation (the "Guidelines").
Worldwide
30 Jan 2017
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Executives Beware: Trends In Criminal Cartel Enforcement
After racking up record corporate criminal fines in three of the last four years, one might think that the Antitrust Division of the DOJ had made a strategic decision to focus more of its enforcement efforts on corporations.
United States
3 Mar 2015
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Striking the Balance: The Views of International Competition Agencies on the Extraterritorial Application of US Antitrust Law
Foreign competition authorities have long been concerned about the application of US antitrust law—in particular civil claims for treble damages—to conduct occurring outside the United States.
United States
29 Oct 2014
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Ninth Circuit Decision Clarifies the Applicability of US Antitrust Law to Foreign Conduct; Leaves Some Ambiguities
One of the most important topics in cartel enforcement today is the extent to which the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act ("FTAIA") limits the extraterritorial reach of the Sherman Act.
United States
17 Jul 2014
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How To Respond To A Criminal Antitrust Investigation: A Practical Approach In Today’s Enforcement Environment Part 2 of 2
The surge in criminal antitrust enforcement over the last decade has made it more important than ever for defense counsel to be completely familiar with all the pretrial activities that may take place in a criminal investigation. With a few notable exceptions, most of the Antitrust Division’s recent prosecutions of large national or international cartels have resulted in plea agreements rather than trials. To obtain the most favorable results for their clients, counsel must be prepared to handle
United States
4 Apr 2006
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How To Respond To A Criminal Antitrust Investigation: A Practical Approach In Today’s Enforcement Environment Part 1 of 2
The surge in criminal antitrust enforcement over the last decade has made it more important than ever for defense counsel to be completely familiar with all the pretrial activities that may take place in a criminal investigation. With a few notable exceptions, most of the Antitrust Division’s recent prosecutions of large national or international cartels have resulted in plea agreements rather than trials. To obtain the most favorable results for their clients, counsel must be prepared to handle
United States
4 Apr 2006
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