Regulating Beyond the Rule of Reason

George Mason Law Review

A century after its founding, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) declared independence from antitrust laws and rewrote competition-enforcement policy.

At stake in the outcome of the FTC’s initiatives are the prices customers will pay and the costs that producers will bear. This article from Kelley Drye’s William MacLeod, which appeared in the George Mason Law Review, will review enforcement of the Robinson-Patman Act for evidence of the costs of departures from antitrust norms.

You can read the full article here.