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Judge Neil Gorsuch’s Potential Impact on the Development of Antitrust Law

Dan Swanson et al., Gibson Dunn Client Alert, March 30, 2017

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As Judge Neil Gorsuch proceeds through the Senate confirmation process, we are continuing to review his jurisprudence while assessing how he might affect the Supreme Court should the Senate approve his nomination. If confirmed, Judge Gorsuch is likely to play a pivotal role in the development of antitrust law, the focus of this alert, including in the near future, as a host of antitrust issues are ripe for the Court’s review.

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