- Antitrust and Trade Regulation
|University ||Fairfield University, B.A., 1975|
|Law School||Georgetown University, J.D., 1978|
|Admitted||1978, District of Columbia|
Law Clerk to Judge Gasch, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, 1978-1979. Attorney, General Litigation and Planning Office, Bureau of Competition, 1979-1984 and Attorney Adviser to James C. Miller, III, Chairman, Federal Trade Commission, 1983-1984.
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U.S. DOJ Challenge to Consummated Transaction Highlights Danger of Bad Documents
Kathryn M. Fenton,J. Bruce McDonald,Paula W. Render,Craig A. Waldman, January 16, 2013
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit challenging a June 2012 transaction combining two providers of product rating and review platforms (PRR platforms) used to collect and display consumer-generated online product feedback. This lawsuit highlights how merging parties'...
FTC Releases Data on Industry Mergers Being Investigated
Kathryn M. Fenton,Kenneth W. Field,Michael H. Knight,David P. Wales, January 15, 2013
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission released new data on its horizontal merger investigations from the past four years, providing deeper insight into the types of mergers between competitors that are likely to draw antitrust scrutiny. The new report depicts, industry-by-industry, the levels of market...
Judge Easterbrook on Section 8 Director Interlocks and Antitrust Injury
Kathryn M. Fenton,J. Bruce McDonald, July 4, 2012
Although Section 8 of the Clayton Act, 15 U.S.C. § 19, which prohibits competing corporations from sharing directors or officers, is an important concern for the business community, the statute has received surprisingly little attention from government enforcers or judicial opinions in recent...
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