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DOJ Report on Section 2 of the Sherman Act: Skirmish or Schism?

Douglas Jasinski and Daniel Kanter

Antitrust Chronicle, 2008, vol. 10

Abstract: What is clear from this latest public airing of differences is that the DOJ and the FTC appear to have very distinct views on enforcement policies regarding monopolization and single firm conduct under Section 2 of the Sherman Act. While recognizing the FTC’s contributions on the area, the DOJ “remains solely responsible for the contents of this report.†Thus, it represents only the DOJ’s “enforcement policy and is intended to make progress toward the goal of sound, clear, objective, effective, and administrable standards for analyzing single-firm conduct under section 2 [of the Sherman Act].

Date: 2008
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