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Enforcers Debate Their Role in Private Enforcement

Global Competition Review

08 May 2017
Reprinted with permission.

According to Morrison & Foerster partner Lisa M. Phelan in the Global Competition Review article “Enforcers debate their role in private enforcement,” it’s the DOJ’s role to “facilitate” the goal of compensating victims, which has been traditionally achieved by the country’s active plain­tiff’s bar.



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