A Review Of 2010 Criminal Antitrust Enforcement

Law360, New York (February 4, 2011, 12:46 PM EST) -- In 2009, U.S. authorities led the way in international cartel enforcement with more investigations, pleas, fines and prison sentences than any other jurisdiction. In 2010, however, while U.S. antitrust enforcement remained strong, much of the significant action occurred outside the United States, particularly in the European Union. This shift not only underscores the increased and coordinated global enforcement of antitrust laws, but also reinforces that no place remains to hide from aggressive global antitrust enforcement.

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