Our Website Uses Cookies 


We and the third parties that provide content, functionality, or business services on our website may use cookies to collect information about your browsing activities in order to provide you with more relevant content and promotional materials, on and off the website, and help us understand your interests and improve the website.


For more information, please contact us or consult our Privacy Notice.

Your binder contains too many pages, the maximum is 40.

We are unable to add this page to your binder, please try again later.

This page has been added to your binder.

Experts Split On Group To Curb Int'l Antitrust Abuse

June 29, 2017, Law360

Deborah Garza is quoted in a Law360 article following her testimony before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law where she presented the findings and recommendations of the International Competition Policy Expert Group's report on mitigating international abuses of competition law that harm U.S. companies. According to Garza, a number of countries around the world have at times taken unfair adverse steps against U.S. firms, particularly using noncompetition based factors in their decisions. “There is a concern that certain of our major trading partners in some cases deny American companies substantive due process and in other cases use competition law to promote national champions or force transfer of American technologies without proper compensation,” she testified.

Share this article: