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Editor: D. Daniel Sokol
University of Florida
Levin College of Law

Monday, January 11, 2021

Court denies DOJ’s bid to block acquitted FX trader from using certain evidence

With all the discussion on the importance of rule of law, note this article  from GCR on DOJ Antitrust:

A New York federal judge has denied the Department of Justice’s request to block former Citigroup trader Rohan Ramchandani from using admitted trial exhibits in civil proceedings before another government agency.  

I think that procedural fairness in antitrust is paramount not just in the US but globally.  After having led the procedural fairness efforts at the ICN and globally, this is not something that makes the United States look good.

For my take on antitrust procedural fairness, see

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