FTC outlines expansive vision for defining fair competition – Global Competition Review


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11 November 2022
The Federal Trade Commission has published guidelines that the agency claims restore its mandate to prosecute conduct far beyond what is prohibited by the Sherman and Clayton Acts.
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The 117th iteration of Congress did not equip enforcers with much in the form of new antitrust laws, so the Federal Trade Commission is digging deep into its toolkit to expand the scope of its enforcement. Modern antitrust reformers have promoted their vision through the image of Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, but the FTC’s newest member says former commissioner George Rublee deserves the credit for crafting an agency with a mandate as broad …
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