The US FTC issues interim final rules governing trials held before the EU Commission

On December 23, the Federal Trade Commission published a set of interim final rules governing trials held before the Commission. The interim final rules incorporate most, but not all, of the rules changes first proposed by the FTC in October 2008. The interim final rules are likely to have a significant effect on both merger and non-merger litigation at the FTC. As we previously noted, they should be of particular interest to companies in industries that are traditionally subject to review by the FTC, including companies in the pharmaceutical, medical devices, health care, computer,

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Geoffrey D. Oliver, Robert C. Jones, The US FTC issues interim final rules governing trials held before the EU Commission, 23 December 2008, e-Competitions December 2008, Art. N° 33803

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