The US DOJ opens an investigation of four car manufacturers for possible collusion by entering into an agreement with the State of California on light vehicle emissions and gas mileage standards

THE DOJ INVESTIGATES CAR MANUFACTURERS FOR 'COLLUSSION' IN THEIR FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT WITH CALIFORNIA ON GAS MILEAGE AND EMISSIONS STANDARDS: SOUNDING THE DEPTHS OF PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION ON ANTICOMPETITIVE COLLUSION AS DISTINGUISHED FROM PROCOMPETITIVE COLLABORATION* At a historic moment in the country when political winds are doing flips, turning impossible corners and reaching even weather forecasting, it is imperative that law enforcement remain solidly grounded in fact and the law. An abiding hope, maybe now more than ever, and no less true for antitrust, especially given its economic and marketplace moorings. Antitrust lawyers of all political stripes are regularly heard echoing this proposition: we hope and expect it to be embraced and implemented by federal and state

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  • Richard Wolfram, Esq. (New York)

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Richard Wolfram, The US DOJ opens an investigation of four car manufacturers for possible collusion by entering into an agreement with the State of California on light vehicle emissions and gas mileage standards, 15 October 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin October 2019, Art. N° 92031

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