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Monday, June 13, 2011

Less Antitrust Enforcement Under Obama Than Bush? So Say Some Plaintiff Lawyers

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

A news story by Reuters suggests as one theory for fewer private cases that there is less antitrust enforcement under Obama than under Bush. I think that there are a number of factors at play including changes in antitrust case law on both substantive and procedural grounds, class action legislation, and some other factors all of which combine to produce fewer private cases.

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