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Hogan Lovells Publications

Antitrust cartel cases: What companies can expect under a Trump Administration

In this hoganlovells.com interview, partners Megan Dixon and Kathryn Hellings discuss the trends they are seeing related to domestic and international cartel cases and offer a perspective...

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DOJ Announces FCPA Enforcement Pilot Program

Earlier this week, DOJ's Fraud Section released a guidance memorandum (the FCPA Enforcement Guidance Memorandum) outlining an FCPA pilot program that allows for fine reductions beyond what...

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What To Expect In Criminal Antitrust This Year Law360

Changes in leadership and organizational structure plus an influx of new talent should position the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division for a very active 2015. Having emerged...

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Too Much of a Good Thing?: Is Heavy Reliance on Leniency Eroding Cartel Enforcement in the United States? CPI Antitrust Chronicle

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Senate Unanimously Passes Bill Adding Whistleblower Protection in U.S. Antitrust Cartel Investigations Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Alert

On 5 November 2013, the United States Senate unanimously passed a bill aimed at preventing retaliation against whistleblowers who report criminal antitrust violations.

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Antitrust Division ends public naming practice Competition Newsletter

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How New Carveout Policy Will Impact Cartel Plea Deals Law360

On April 12, 2013, William J. Baer, assistant attorney general in charge of the United States Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division, released a statement announcing that the division...

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Antitrust Division ends practice of publicly naming individuals carved out of corporate plea agreement protections

On 12 April 2013, William J. Baer, Assistant Attorney General (AAG) in charge of the United States Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division (the “Division”), released a statement...

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A tension in the U.S. approach to international cartel enforcement: At what point does aggressive pursuit of individuals undercut the corporate leniency program? Competition Law International

As competition authorities around the world consider criminalizing cartel activity; they face important — and often highly divisive — questions about whether and what type of...

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