To file or not to file: The Tipline for 30 January 2018

As we gear up for a feast of competition at GCR Live Miami, we are continuing to deliver a few quick tasters to whet your antitrust appetite. Today, we hear from Crowell & Moring partner Juan Arteaga, a former Antitrust Division deputy. We’re also reporting on former and existing Federal Trade Commission staffers who disagree on whether parties can be held liable for repeatedly filing non-frivolous petitions under Noerr-Pennington. Speaking of the FTC, Senator Chuck Schumer is reportedly gunning for his chief counsel to fill the remaining slot after President Donald Trump nominated four of the five commissioners last week.

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