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of laws and regulations

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The new firm builds upon the partners' 100 years combined experience in more than 250 antitrust cases.
With experience in antitrust, unfair competition, trade regulation, competition policy and advocacy, and complex business litigation, their mid-sized competition law boutique will represent and advise clients who need solutions to curtail anticompetitive practices.
Leslie joins us at an exciting time as we continue to build out our capabilities to meet client demand in the most high-profile antitrust market in the world, said Teresa Bonder, chair of Alston & Birds Antitrust Practice.
antitrust sentences imposed against foreign nationals.
The potential for multidisciplinary development of antitrust through advances in economics and insights from the business disciplines was the focus of the American Antitrust Institute's 2013 Invitational Symposium: Antitrust as a Multidisciplinary Field.
Department of Justice held five joint public workshops on agriculture and antitrust enforcement.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairwoman Edith Ramirez, who assumed her position in March, also spoke about her agency's antitrust plans.
By broadening the conditions under which regulation blocks antitrust enforcement, those cases redrew the boundary between antitrust and regulation and would likely have prevented the government from bringing, in previous decades, a number of important antitrust cases in regulated industries.
Third, for the first time in many years, a president has actually shown some interest in antitrust enforcement.
This rule is so fundamental to antitrust that, under the law, the moment competitors agree on price, it is illegal.
To solicit views of all parties concerned with operation of the antitrust laws;
franchisors operating in Europe may have been lulled into a false sense of security about the possible application of antitrust rules to their European operations.
State Attorney General Bill Lockyer will sue Ralphs, Vons, Albertson's and Food-4-Less, alleging that an agreement between the firms to share profits and losses during the grocery strike is in violation of antitrust laws, officials said Friday.
Not surprisingly, Monti came to be known as the first European Competition Commissioner to strike down a deal between two American companies after the deal had received antitrust clearance in the United States.
New developments in the antitrust face-off between Microsoft and the U.