Auto Parts Investigations: Lessons From The First 2 Years

Law360, New York (October 3, 2013, 4:51 PM EDT) -- Last August, in my “Lessons From the 1st Year” article, I not-so-boldly predicted, “We will have plenty of opportunities to learn more from these matters,” with regard to the auto parts investigations. That prognostication turned out to be true. In the intervening 12 months, we have seen more of what we saw in the first year, plus new developments. Still, plenty of unknowns remain.

What’s Old?

After a several month respite, the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division was very active in September 2013. After two individual indictments in mid-September involving wire harness executives, the DOJ made a big splash in...

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