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New House Antitrust Bill Looks To Boost State AGs

The US House is introducing legislation that will give states more influence over deciding in which courts antitrust lawsuits will be brought against companies,...

CPI Talks… with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks… we have the pleasure of speaking with Mr. Phil Weiser, Attorney General for the State of Colorado,...
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Introduction to the CPI States’ Chronicle Edition 2020

Sarah Oxenham Allen is Chair of the National Association of Attorneys General Antitrust Taskforce and Senior Assistant Attorney General and Antitrust Unit Manager at...

State Antitrust Enforcement: The Same and Not the Same

We have a national policy that favors competition over other types of economic arrangements. Like other aspects of our federalist system, there are times...
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The States as Laboratories of Federalism: The Novel and Innovative Ventures...

Starting off from the vantage point of Justice Brandeis’ famous paean to federalism and state experimentation in his dissenting opinion in New State Ice...
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How Confident Should You Be About State Confidentiality?

When a company is served by a state enforcer with an antitrust investigative subpoena or civil investigative demand, concern invariably arises over the confidentiality...
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When Competition Meets Labor: The Washington Attorney General’s Initiative to Eliminate...

In January 2018, the Washington Attorney General launched an initiative to eliminate no-poach clauses in franchise agreements nationwide. These particular no-poach provisions were covenants...

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