You’ve got a friend in me: The Tipline for 3 September 2020

The Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission have signed an antitrust cooperation framework with their counterpart agencies in the UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. In separate announcements yesterday, both the DOJ and FTC said the framework aims to enhance cooperation and provides a foundation for a series of bilateral information-sharing agreements. While the various agency leaders could not be in one location to sign the document, a virtual signing ceremony appears to have worked well enough.

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