Many lawyers are predicting that the U.S. Department of Justice under Donald Trump will be a pretty business-friendly place, but that doesn’t mean 2017 will be slow in the field of antitrust. Ongoing litigation in industries like pharmaceuticals and banking will continue to keep the antitrust bar busy. Trump might also try to burnish his anti-trade image by cracking down on foreign price-fixing.

Here are five areas to watch:


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