Truth on the Market
The following is the third in a series of guest posts by David Balto about the FTC’s McWane case.
A particularly unsettling aspect of the FTC’s case against McWane is the complaint counsel’s heavy (and seemingly exclusive) reliance on structural factors to prove its case. 930 more words
1 month, 2 weeks
The following is the second in a series of guest posts by David Balto about the FTC’s McWane case.
Two modest offices on the first floor of the FTC building are occupied by the FTC Administrative Law Judge and his staff. 1,335 more words
1 month, 3 weeks
The following is the first in a series of guests posts by David Balto about the FTC’s McWane case.
Anyone familiar with the antitrust newstream realizes there is a tremendous amount of controversy about the Federal Trade Commission’s administrative litigation process. 1,287 more words