In our democracy, it is critical for the government to be held accountable for how it performs its mission. Has enforcement by the U.S. antitrust agencies diminished and how has that impacted competition? Diana Moss and Randy M. Stutz, AAI’s Vice President of the American Antitrust Institute join John Roberti and Anora Wang, for a discussion of AAI’s report assessing the state of the antitrust enforcement, in the context of current competitive conditions. Listen to this episode to learn more about the state of competition law enforcement from the perspective of a pro-enforcement organization.
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Diana Moss, President of the American Antitrust Institute and Randy M. Stutz, Vice President of Legal Advocacy, American Antitrust Institute.
Downloads Available: Full Report Major Conclusions Overview: Not since the first federal antitrust law was enacted over 120 years ago has there been the level of public concern over economic power that we see today. Until recently, public attention to antitrust in the U.S. was transient, driven by the occasional merger or cartel case in … Continue reading The State of Antitrust Enforcement and Competition Policy in the U.S.
American Antitrust Institute
Anora Wang, Winston & Strawn LLP and John Roberti, Allen & Overy LLP