On October 20, 2016, the U.S. DOJ and FTC issued antitrust guidance for human resource (HR) professionals and others who are involved in hiring and compensation decisions.
From bidets to ballcocks, bathroom online sales are booming. A third of canny customers fitting out a new bathroom want cheap online deals. But what about the showrooms and sales staff that help customers touch and feel their dream bathroom? Can this retailer pressure cause you to violate the law?
The US Federal Trade Commission announced that, effective on August 1, 2016, the civil penalties for various violations of the Clayton and FTC Act will be increased.
The ABA Antitrust Section’s Spring Meeting provides an opportunity for review and reflection on recent antitrust developments. We summarize a few that may be of interest.
Creating a successful online retail strategy has never been more difficult, especially if restrictions affect Europe.
As we turn the calendar to 2016, we take a look at some of the trends and developments in U.S. antitrust enforcement from 2015.
The Sixth Annual Chicago Forum on International Antitrust Issues took place at Northwestern Law School over two days. Here are 13 thoughts on some of the most noteworthy aspects: 1. One of the benefits of increased international co-ordination in cartel enforcement is lower costs to targets of the investigation. Given…
The ABA Antitrust Section’s Spring Meeting took place over three days in April in Washington DC. Keen to hear about and debate cutting edge issues in antitrust, over 3,000 antitrust lawyers attended, with more than 20% coming from outside the US. Three Baker & McKenzie attorneys participated in panels. Here…