Alex Okuliar spoke to Law360 about Noah Joshua Phillips ending the more than four years he spent on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Phillips was known for being equally willing to issue dissenting statements alone, outlining at length why he disagreed with the majority.
“It’s something I think he’s going to be remembered for,” Alex said.
He also decried anticipated agency rulemaking expected to push the bounds of its powers, rulemaking the outgoing commissioner argues is illegal.
“It’s elevating those discussions, enforcing a broader engagement across the commission [and with stakeholders] that I think has been a hallmark,” Alex added.
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