The US DoJ files a motion clarifying certain provisions and extends the consent decree due to violations of the final judgement in the entertainment sector (Ticketmaster)

US MOVES TO MODIFY, EXTEND ANTITRUST CONSENT DECREE WITH LIVE NATION / TICKETMASTER* Consent decree reform has been a hallmark of the Makan Delrahim Antitrust Division. For two years, the head of the Department of Justice Antitrust Division has undertaken efforts to terminate legacy consent decrees and to streamline consent decree enforcement procedures. The agency has retired hundreds of legacy antitrust judgments. Currently, the agency is seeking to terminate the Paramount consent decrees involving movie distribution. The agency also has changed the standard language in new settlements to improve the ability to enforce their terms. Now the Antitrust Division has undertaken what it calls the most

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Jeffrey May, The US DoJ files a motion clarifying certain provisions and extends the consent decree due to violations of the final judgement in the entertainment sector (Ticketmaster), 19 December 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2020, Art. N° 92740

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