Rome wasn’t built in a day: The Tipline for 15 June 2022

Lina Khan took the helm at the Federal Trade Commission one year ago today. During her first 365 days, the chair delivered more in the form of policy changes than novel lawsuits or rulemakings. One year is hardly enough time to implement an antitrust legacy, but expectations could not be higher for the progressive competition community and its promise of a new world order. In today’s Tipline, Congress steps closer to passing a tech-focused bill and the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit wants a closer look at standard-essential patents.

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