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Tag: Antitrust Law

Stucke discusses Obama administration’s merger crackdown with Bloomberg BNA

Posted June 9, 2016

Maurice Stucke, a UT Law professor and former trial attorney with the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, recently discussed numerous competition problems highlighted in a recent White House report with Bloomberg BNA, as well as the president’s “mixed” record on antitrust enforcement. In comments to the website, Stucke said that “the competition problems highlighted […] Read more

Stucke discusses frequency of challenges to the air industry

Posted December 4, 2015

Maurice Stucke, a UT Law professor and former trial attorney with the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, recently discussed the frequency of antitrust class actions aimed at the air industry in recent years and what the public should watch for in the future. In comments to Law360, Stucke said that “the frequency of challenges to the […] Read more

Stucke discusses Albertsons buyback after Safeway merger

Posted December 2, 2015

Maurice Stucke, a UT Law professor and former trial attorney with the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, recently discussed grocery store chain Albertsons decision to buy back 33 stores the government required it to sell when it acquired rival Safeway earlier this year. In comments to The Wall Street Journal, Stucke said that “there is always some risk […] Read more

Krumm and Pulsinelli talk “Mergers and Turtles” on Your Weekly Constitutional podcast

Posted November 30, 2015

Associate professors Brian Krumm and Gary Pulsinelli were recently featured on Your Weekly Constitutional, a public radio show and podcast produced in partnership with James Madison’s Montpelier that focuses upon interesting and controversial issues in constitutional law. Throughout the first half of the podcast, Pulsinelli and host Stewart Harris, a professor at the Appalachian School of Law, discussed how […] Read more

In the news: Stucke discusses airfare collusion with Bloomberg

Posted September 24, 2015

Maurice Stucke, a UT Law professor and former trial attorney with the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, recently spoke with Bloomberg Business about an ongoing investigation by the Justice Department into whether the nation’s four largest airlines colluded on pricing, therefore harming consumers. “If the DOJ has evidence that a few institutional investors either actively […] Read more