Recently by J. Brady Dugan
Recent U.S. And U.K. Developments Affecting Competition Law Compliance Programs
Government organizations on both sides of the Atlantic have, in recent weeks, taken steps that highlight the importance of having a competition law compliance program that is overseen by individuals at the highest levels of the company. In mid-May, the United Kingdom's competition enforcer, the...Read More
Honest Services Fraud And Antitrust: Will The Supreme Court Rewrite The Rules For "Competition Crimes"?
The trio of honest services fraud cases to be decided by the Supreme Court this term - U.S. v. Black , U.S. v. Skilling and U.S. v. Weyhrauch - have the potential to effect a major change in criminal enforcement policy at the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice ("the Division"). The...Read More