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Outlook for Disgorgement Remedies in the Trump Administration

24 February 2017

Antitrust Alert

With the departure of now former Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairwoman Edith Ramirez earlier this month, among the most discussed vacancies in the new administration these days is the post of her permanent replacement. According to reports, one leading candidate is Acting Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen, and her selection could also have significant implications for FTC policy areas—particularly with respect to disgorgement remedies in antitrust cases. Specifically, should she become the permanent Chairman, Acting Chairman Ohlhausen's record and recent comments indicate a potential shift away from disgorgement as a remedy in FTC cases.

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