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Broiler chicken antitrust litigation gains momentum

As millions of Americans contemplate whether to fry, smoke or barbeque their chicken over the upcoming 4th of July holiday, the antitrust class action against our nation’s largest chicken producers—In Re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litigation, No. 16-cv-8637—took a significant turn this past week, when the U.S. Department of Justice formally intervened in the multi-district private litigation originally filed in 2016.

DOJ granted leave to intervene and three-month discovery stay

The DOJ’s June 21, 2019 Motion to Intervene and Stay Discovery sought a six-month stay of both written and deposition discovery against defendants (and their current and former employees) in …

ABA Antitrust Section’s Spring Meeting 2016: Agency update with Deputy Assistant Attorneys General

DOJ’s Antitrust Division is headed by an Assistant Attorney General, who is assisted by several Deputies, referred to as DAAGs (Deputy Assistant Attorneys General).  In one presentation, the various DAAGs presented their view on the Division’s enforcement efforts, both civil and criminal. Continuing our series on the 2016 Spring Meeting, Allen summarizes their presentation so you can hear what our enforcers are saying.

-Jay Levine

In a session presented by the Federal Civil Enforcement Committee, the various Deputy Assistant Attorneys General (DAAG) of the Antitrust Division provided a deep dive into the happenings at the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division …

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