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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Monday Morning Antitrust Quarterback

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

This being football season, there is plenty of Monday morning quarterback syndrome in which we the fans second guess the decisions of teams that we have viewed over the weekend.  The same goes on in antitrust- people question a government agency's prosecutorial discretion in terms of cases brought, cases not brought or cases settled by consent decree where the consent decree terms were either too harsh or not harsh enough.  I open it up to readers to second guess their favorite antitrust agency of decisions of the past year. Note: because of constant spamming (I didn't realize how much I needed to enhance various parts of my body or how much I may be paying for certain pharmaceuticals), we have a high level of spam protection for this blog so your comments will not appear immediately.  Only submit once and I will update the results every few hours every few hours.

My own pick- I think that the consent agreement reached in the Monsanto/Delta Pine Land by DOJ did not go far enough.

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Whole Foods, hands down.

Posted by: Thom | Oct 15, 2007 6:40:27 AM

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