|Department of Justice’s Revised Merger Remedies Manual Reflects Preference for Divestitures||September 23, 2020||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Antitrust Leadership Changes With Biden Administration||January 21, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Court of Appeals Affirms Divestiture from a Consummated Merger in First-of-Its-Kind Private Antitrust Challenge||February 26, 2021||Lisa C. Wood, Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|UPDATE: Antitrust Leadership Changes||March 9, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Lina Khan Confirmed as FTC Commissioner and Appointed as Chair||June 17, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|What Are Interlocking Directorates and Section 8?||June 25, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Jonathan Kanter, Another Big Tech Critic, Nominated to Head Up the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division||July 23, 2021||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|FTC Announces Increased 2022 HSR Thresholds||January 27, 2022||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Private Equity Subject to Increased Antitrust Scrutiny from DOJ||July 20, 2022||Austin A.B. Ownbey||Antitrust Alert|
|Paycheck Protection Program||May 21, 2020||Caroline Donovan, Jennifer V. Audeh, John Marston, Peter "Chip" Korn|
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