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Q&A With Robins Kaplan's K. Craig Wildfang

Law360 (November 2, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- U.S. enforcement agencies should rely more heavily on private litigation to complement their efforts, says Robins Kaplan's K. Craig Wildfang in our series of chats with high-profile antitrust lawyers.

Q. What attracted you to antitrust as a practice area? And what keeps you interested?

A. What initially attracted me to antitrust law, and what keeps me fascinated by it, is the opportunity to be creative. The principal antitrust statutes are only a few sentences, so the law is mainly judge-made law. This leaves a lot of...
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