Antitrust Modernization Commission Issues Final Recommendations for Significant Changes to U.S. Antitrust Law


On April 2, the Antitrust Modernization Commission (the “Commission”) issued its Final Recommendations on how antitrust law and enforcement can be improved to “best serve consumer welfare in the global, high-tech economy that exists today.”

The Commission’s Final Recommendations are generally consistent with its Tentative Recommendations released earlier this year in January. Our prior summary and analysis of the Commission’s Tentative Recommendations can be accessed at:

There is, though, at least one new proposal in the Commission’s Final Recommendations that is noteworthy.

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