May 4, 2017  – Elizabeth Prewitt was quoted in Global Competition Review regarding the funding for federal antitrust agencies under the new temporary budget passed by the House of Representatives.

In the article, "Federal antitrust budgets look safe, for now," Prewitt, a former antitrust division prosecutor, said that so long as the agency’s funding does not dip significantly, its main challenge will be filling the vacancies left by a "number of experienced attorneys" who departed in the past several years.

"After the [2008] financial crisis, many of us at the division were able to push along major investigations operating under severe budget constraints for years, and even during a government shutdown, but only because we were able to draw upon a pool of dedicated and experienced antitrust practitioners," Prewitt, now a partner at Hughes Hubbard & Reed, said.

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