By Matthew Perlman (January 3, 2022, 12:03 PM EST) -- As the U.S. antitrust agencies gear-up for what's expected to be a push for more aggressive antitrust enforcement under their new permanent leaders in 2022, enforcers will also be continuing work on several recently filed high-profile challenges, while litigating a handful of cases held-over from the previous administration.
Here, Law360 takes a look at the merger reviews and other developments to watch in the coming year.
Merger Policies Will Likely Be Less Lenient
Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan took the helm at the commission in June, after a surprise elevation from President Joe Biden, and has since been making waves in an effort to...
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