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The Tunney Act: A House Still Standing

01 June 2007

The Antitrust Source
The recent debate over the proper role of the courts in reviewing U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division settlements in antitrust cases might remind some of the childhood story about the wolf and the three little pigs. After lots of "huffing and puffing," the Tunney Act "house" is still standing - although the DOJ may find it worthwhile to reinforce the walls of the house in certain future cases.

The team

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