On July 20, 2021, President Biden nominated Jonathan Kanter, founder of the Kanter Law Group, to serve as Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division at the Department of Justice (“DOJ”).
On June 15, 2021, President Biden appointed Lina M. Kahn as Chair of the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) following her Senate confirmation earlier that day.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division has obtained its first criminal indictment based on an illegal conspiracy between two companies that agreed not to solicit each other’s employees — a so-called “no-poach” agreement.
Class actions in the pork and cattle industry foreshadow probable antitrust enforcement and defense strategies against the backdrop of COVID-19, which has caused meat processing plant closures, severe disruptions to the supply chain of consumer meat, and an increase in prices at your local grocery store.
On November 9, 2019, the DOJ Antitrust Division issued a press release detailing its role in the resolution of a private no-poach class action against Duke University and the University of North…
The Department of Justice (“DOJ”) ended its recent drought of new criminal antitrust cases by bringing bid-rigging charges under the Sherman Act against individuals in three separate cases over the…