The Federal Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia grants motion to intervene by 12 car manufacturers, supporting government on uniform federal emissions standards, following the announcement of DOJ investigation of four other carmakers (Environmental Defence / National Highway)

TWELVE OTHER CARMAKERS MOVE TO SUPPORT GOVERNMENT ENFORCEMENT OF UNIFORM FEDERAL STANDARDS ON EMISSIONS - WILL THE DOJ INVESTIGATE?* This article follows up on an October 15, 2019 article by the author on a reported investigation by the DOJ Antitrust Division into possible ‘collusion’ by four carmakers in entering into a framework agreement with the State of California on emissions standards [1] What the government antitrust enforcers choose not to pursue may be as revealing as what they choose to pursue. The unfolding saga of state versus federal standards on automotive emissions, and the DOJ Antitrust Division’s recent decision to investigate four carmakers for entering into a framework agreement with the State of California on emissions, has taken a new turn. A number of other

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  • Richard Wolfram, Esq. (New York)

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Richard Wolfram, The Federal Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia grants motion to intervene by 12 car manufacturers, supporting government on uniform federal emissions standards, following the announcement of DOJ investigation of four other carmakers (Environmental Defence / National Highway), 21 November 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2019, Art. N° 92422

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