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Sen. Klobuchar’s Antitrust Bill Sets Stage For Future Reform
This month, Sen. Amy Klobuchar unveiled an antitrust reform bill that could enhance regulations and crack down on anticompetitive practices at the nation’s largest tech operations including Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. The Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Act is expected to get support from both sides of the political aisle.
Shubha Ghosh is the Crandall Melvin Professor of Law and director of the Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute (SIPLI). He provides comments below and is available for further analysis as this bill moves forward in the legislative process.
“Senator Klobuchar is proposing sensible legislation to improve antitrust enforcement: more funds for the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission, burden shifting to large companies seeking to acquire smaller ones.
“The proposals are a good start, perhaps setting the stage for more reforms down the road.”
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