GCR USA - 19 November 2013
The Visa and MasterCard interchange fee case and controversial class settlement seems to be in a quagmire. Now, opt-out counsel and top plaintiffs litigator Keith Butler, from Strange & Carpenter, speaks to GCR about the case and where it might go from here.
GCR USA - 11 November 2013
Ted Frank wants to make plaintiffs’ attorneys answer for bad settlements. In his first interview with GCR USA, the lawyer tells Pallavi Guniganti what he would change in the US antitrust class action system.
GCR USA - 07 November 2013
With government-led litigation at its highest level in years, Hogan Lovells partner Robby Robertson speaks with Ron Knox about the US federal enforcers’ current approach to litigation and how it compares to their trial tactics in years past.
GCR USA - 04 November 2013
In an interview with Pallavi Guniganti, Federal Trade Commission member Maureen Ohlhausen talks about the FTC’s advocacy tools; public choice theory and self-interested state regulators; and the problem of “gauzy cloaks” that avoid political accountability.
Data courtesy of FTC.gov