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U.S. Antitrust Enforcers Warn Of Continued Action Against Collusive Conduct Impacting Workers In U.S. Labor Markets During Pandemic

April 14, 2020, Covington Alert

The Department of Justice Antitrust Division and the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition issued another reminder yesterday that the COVID-19 pandemic does not exempt companies from complying with federal antitrust laws. The agencies’ latest statement focuses on the labor force and emphasizes the agencies’ intent to protect workers responding to the pandemic by enforcing antitrust laws against those who engage in anticompetitive conduct.

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