Criminal Antitrust Enforcement Has a New Leader

Law360

Tara L. Reinhart Steven C. Sunshine David P. Wales John W. O'Toole

Richard A. Powers recently was named the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division's acting deputy assistant attorney general for criminal enforcement, a role he is expected to take on permanently. Because he is a career attorney and not a political appointee, Powers could stay in the role for an extended period of time — well beyond this administration.

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