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Antitrust Law Developments (Eighth)

Antitrust and Consumer Protection Breaking News

  • Dear CP Members: Please see below your Consumer Protection Highlights for In-House Counsel .  This edition covers highlights from September , and is provided by Joanna Bolton (Dell Technologies), Amanda Faulkner (Coca-Cola), and Jenna Kramer (Unilever). ... Read More

  • Politico – https://politi.co/31ooqJY - The Justice Department is likely to file its long-awaited antitrust suit against Google early next week, but without the sign-on of any Democratic attorneys general, four people familiar with the case said Friday ... Read More

  • Bloomberg – https://bit.ly/35h3Lcd - The National Collegiate Athletic Association asked the US Supreme Court to review a ruling allowing unlimited education-related expenses for college athletes. NCAA said the Ninth Circuit's decision deprives the association ... Read More

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    Message from Chair Gary Zanfagna

    It is my privilege and pleasure to serve as Chair of the ABA Antitrust Law Section for the 2020-21 ABA fiscal year.  Welcome!

    I want to start by thanking Brian Henry for his strong and successful leadership over the past year.  With innovative thinking and endless energy, Brian has left our Section stronger and better positioned for tomorrow’s opportunities and challenges.  I also want to thank our entire ABA Antitrust Law Section staff for their tireless dedication and support.  They are the heart and soul of our Section’s success.

    This is an exciting time to be a member of our Section.  Antitrust is at an inflection point.  Our nation is debating the future of antitrust, and the conversation is happening everywhere – in the media, on Capitol Hill, in the election dialogue, as well as in our antitrust community. People are asking: Is antitrust is doing its job?  Is antitrust up to the challenges of 21st century competition? Do the rules need to be changed?


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    Analysis from the Firms

    • The UK government today confirmed that it will not adopt the EU State aid rules after the end of the Brexit transition period: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-sets-out-plans-for-new-approach-to-subsidy-control ... Read More

    • New article by Koren Wong-Ervin & John Harkrider: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3644431 Ssrn ... Read More

    • There were several important announcements and publications today in the UK concerning Big Tech regulation: UK Competition and ... Read More