April 2019 - The article, "The Antitrust Division’s Corporate Leniency Program," by Robert Bell and Kristin Millay, was published in The American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section. In it, they examine a recent downturn in criminal antitrust enforcement and posits that one of the major explanations for the decline is due to a series of changes the Antitrust Division has made to its Leniency Program.

Criminal antitrust violations differ from most corporate criminal violations in that they require agreements among multiple parties. In a criminal antitrust violation, several competitors collude to fix prices, rig bids, or otherwise limit free and fair competition in the marketplace.

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