Antitrust Reform Should Focus On Targeted Solutions

Law360 (June 8, 2021, 4:47 PM EDT) -- The push for antitrust reform is the strongest it has been for decades, but not all reform proposals are created equal.

Democrats and Republicans may find some shared ground on the need to update America's antitrust laws and enforcement practices. However, that is largely where the agreement begins and ends.

Democrats want to reform antitrust to address progressive concerns like income inequality and structural racism, while Republicans want to use it to rein in Big Tech.

While both sides may support reform in the abstract, their specific proposals differ greatly. And like with anything else, each proposal has its potential upsides...

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