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DOJ Wants More Time on Merger Reviews, Price-Fixing Cases Because of Pandemic


21 Mar 2020

Lisa Phelan spoke to Politico about the DOJ’s request to Congress for more time on merger reviews and price-fixing cases as part of its next coronavirus rescue legislation.

According to Lisa, price-fixing cases have a five-year statute of limitations, so prosecutors are pushing against the clock on conduct that took place in 2015. “A delay of more than a few weeks could really risk things slipping away,” Lisa said.

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