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Labor Cases Turn Criminal as DOJ Defines New Antitrust Approach

Bloomberg Law

03 Jan 2022

Lisa Phelan spoke to Bloomberg Law about the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) weighing in on how federal courts should evaluate private labor-market cases.

“Historically, the DOJ has stayed out of private cases, but I think they feel so strongly about this new space where they’re building a narrative about why this is bad conduct and where the line is,” Lisa said.

She added: “The goal is to help the case law develop in the way the DOJ thinks it should in terms of helping judges see the market and potential harm in the way the DOJ sees it.”

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