The Clinton campaign publishes a fact sheet providing insight into how a Clinton Administration would approach antitrust enforcement

Every presidential election season, antitrust attorneys hear one question more than any other from clients: “Do you think that the election will have an effect on antitrust enforcement?” This election year, the answer from most lawyers has very likely been something similar to: “If Trump is elected, it’s anybody’s guess, but he will probably appoint to the antitrust agencies lawyers with similar philosophies as those in the Bush administration. And if Clinton is elected, we don’t expect much change from enforcement under the Obama administration.” And that answer will very likely turn out to be prophetic, even if not particularly insightful. Now, thanks to a “Fact Sheet” issued by the Clinton campaign last week and available on her campaign website1, we have additional insight into how a

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Edward B. Schwartz, The Clinton campaign publishes a fact sheet providing insight into how a Clinton Administration would approach antitrust enforcement, 7 October 2016, e-Competitions Bulletin October 2016, Art. N° 81587

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