Attorneys & Professionals
James Wilson, a partner in the firm’s Columbus office, was quoted in the article "Antitrust Policy to Face Scrutiny Post-Election," which appeared in the November 3, 2010 edition of Competition Law360.
The article states: “With Republicans stepping into leadership positions in the House, antitrust regulators may find themselves in a far less hospitable environment during congressional hearings, experts say. House lawmakers can also have a significant impact on agency budgets — and if Republicans are able to make good on their cost-cutting promises, the antitrust agencies may soon find their funding heavily scrutinized. ‘When they look at the FTC and the DOJ budgets, you have to wonder whether anyone's going to be willing to go to the mat to protect their budgets in a climate where everything is fair game,’ said James Wilson, partner at Vorys Sater Seymour & Pease LLP.”
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