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Deborah Garza, left, and Charles Rule, right. Photos: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM

Veterans of One Antitrust Revolution Prepare for a New One

As young antitrust enforcers in the Reagan administration, Charles “Rick” Rule and Deb Garza helped lead a major reevaluation of competition law. 

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