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Section 5 Enforcement: Common Law Guidance... Continues

Pete Levitas and Farrell Malone

Antitrust Chronicle, 2015, vol. 11

Abstract: Commissioner Ohlhausen believes that the FTC already has a lower burden of proof in certain situations, and worries that the FTC’s use of Section 5, a tool not available to the DOJ, will create further disparities in enforcement outcomes depending on whether the FTC or the DOJ reviews the same business conduct or merger. Pete Levitas & Farrell Malone (Arnold & Porter)

JEL-codes: K21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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