Criminal Antitrust Enforcement: A Review, a Look Ahead and a Change

, The Legal Intelligencer


The Obama administration began its second term with a new leader, William J. Baer, heading up the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. At the recent ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C., Baer, along with other government prosecutors and private defense attorneys, reviewed developments over the last year and offered a look ahead. One development that may affect Pennsylvania in particular is the closing on January 30 of the division's Philadelphia field office after 65 years of service.

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