FCC - OIO = FTC: The Tipline for 19 July 2017

While Global Competition Review has been around for two decades now, we still missed out on covering some of the major personalities of modern antitrust. Among those are Donald Turner, who died on this day in 1994. Back before the treatise was Areeda and Hovenkamp’s, it was Areeda and Turner’s. While today’s briefing has little to say about either the Department of Justice, where Turner headed the Antitrust Division during the Johnson administration, or predatory pricing, for which he and Areeda developed the famous test requiring both recoupment and lower-than-cost pricing, we’ll still be thinking of Don Turner’s legacy.

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