Michael Knight, an Antitrust partner in Jones Day's Washington Office and former U.S. Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Competition official, discussed antitrust merger enforcement on May 9 as part of The Capitol Forum’s "Antitrust Thought Leader" interview series.
Mr. Knight commented on the level of merger enforcement activity under the current administration, including trends in behavioral remedies, vertical mergers, and the impact of the complexities associated with foreign merger coordination on the timing of deal approval.
For the full discussion, watch Michael Knight’s interview with Capitol Forum.
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