DOJ’s Makan Delrahim Speaks on Antitrust Law at Fordham Conference


On Thursday, September 12, Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim of the Antitrust Division delivered the keynote remarks at Fordham Law’s 46th Annual Conference on International Antitrust Law and Policy. CNBC provided full coverage of his presentation.

“Such decisions have the real potential to decrease incentives to invest and to innovate. When a foreign enforcer imposes such a remedy globally, it takes away the Antitrust Division’s ability to reach a different conclusion and risks harming American consumers. It also takes away the ability of every other jurisdiction to reach a different conclusion.”

Additional coverage of Assistant Attorney General Delrahim’s remarks:
DOJ Antitrust Chief Cautions Against ‘Worldwide Relief’ (Law360)


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