It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over: Can Making ACPERA Restitution Conditional Help Fill a Gap in the Law?
The Justice Department usually does not seek restitution for victims of antitrust conspiracies, given that private enforcers can obtain treble damages. But where victims are unlikely or unable to seek damages, a small change in the government's approach can help make sure victims are compensated. With a nod to Yogi Berra, Meegan Hollywood and Dave Rochelson offer a modest proposal in the June 2019 edition of Competition Policy International’s Antitrust Chronicle.
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