So long, legacies: The Tipline for 26 April 2018
After months of boss Makan Delrahim talking about getting rid of old consent decrees, the Department of Justice's antitrust division yesterday formally announced the procedures by which it will review judgments to determine if they are still relevant, and if not, will ask courts to dismiss them. As we explain, this isn't the first competition authority to engage in such a review, nor the first time the Antitrust Division has changed policy on how companies can get out from under out-of-date restrictions.
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