With Big Tech under more and more scrutiny on Capitol Hill, and Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Lina Khan signaling an era of tough antitrust enforcement, legal experts are warning in-house lawyers to build strategies now to navigate business-skeptical regulators.
“There’s a bipartisan view in Washington, D.C., that the technology industry should be carved up like a Thanksgiving turkey, that it’s too powerful and makes too much profit,” Foley & Lardner partner Louis Lehot warned.
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