Shepard Goldfein and James A. Keyte (ljh)
Throughout the 2016 campaign, the major presidential candidates prominently featured their viewpoints on antitrust enforcement, so much so that they drew commentary from former Federal Trade Commission chairman Bill Kovacic in January 2016.1 By the time President Donald Trump was inaugurated a year later, professional and business communities had spilled a lot of ink over Trump’s target campaign statements on antitrust, as well as the implications of choosing Josh Wright to lead the FTC transition team. Now, the Section of Antitrust Law of the ABA (the section) has issued a Presidential Transition Report that, perhaps more than ever before, may offer the best picture of where antitrust may move over the next four years or more.
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