INTERVIEW : USA - DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE - FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION - ANTITRUST - CONSUMER PROTECTION

Deborah Platt Majoras (Procter & Gamble) : Competition perspectives from a chief legal officer and former U.S. enforcer

Interview réalisée par Brian Huseman, Amazon, Washington.

You have had an incredibly successful and diverse career, having been a partner at Jones Day, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”), Chairman of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), and most recently, Chief Legal Officer at Procter & Gamble. What led to your career in antitrust and consumer protection ? Has your perspective on antitrust and consumer protection issues changed as you assumed new roles and, if so, how ? Antitrust first piqued my interest in 1990 when I was a law clerk in the D.C. district court, and the FTC filed a merger challenge against R.R. Donnelly. I found the case to be the most fascinating of my clerkship, and so when I went to Jones Day thereafter, I asked for some antitrust work and eventually began doing

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Deborah Platt Majoras, Brian Huseman, Deborah Platt Majoras (Procter & Gamble) : Competition perspectives from a chief legal officer and former U.S. enforcer, décembre 2012, Concurrences N° 4-2012, Art. N° 49208, pp. 8-11

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