A Nov. 16 meeting of the nation’s top conservative legal organization featured a lively debate on whether the consumer welfare standard is still an adequate approach for evaluating mergers.
University of Michigan Law Professor Daniel Crane placed the disagreement in historical context at the Federalist Society’s National Lawyers Convention. Crane told
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