Antitrust Trade and Practice

'A Better Deal' on Antitrust Enforcement: Can Democrats Catch the Populist Wave?

, New York Law Journal


Antitrust Trade and Practice columnists Shepard Goldfein and James Keyte write: Although there was no meaningful proposal by Congress during the Obama administration to re-write the antitrust laws to make big "bad" once again, to regulate the pricing of lawful monopolists, or to use the antitrust laws as a tool for social and economic engineering, harkening back to the trust-busting days of old, the 2018 midterm elections beckon, and Congressional Democrats do not want to miss the populist wave a second time.

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