FTC Names Pay-For-Delay Czar To Interim Antitrust Post

By Y. Peter Kang (November 3, 2015, 10:52 PM EST) -- A Federal Trade Commission veteran responsible for heading up the antitrust watchdog's efforts to thwart so-called pay-for-delay settlements paid by brand-name drugmakers was tapped as acting deputy director of the FTC's Bureau of Competition on Tuesday, following the recent departure of Stephen Weissman for Baker Botts LLP....

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