Chief Correspondent, Antitrust
Joshua writes about antitrust litigation and government enforcement actions in the U.S. He previously covered competition matters for The Policy and Regulatory Report as well as legal and regulatory issues in Silicon Valley for The Recorder. Joshua studied journalism at Sonoma State University.
Selected Insights by Joshua
The US Justice Department, ramping up plans for potential antitrust litigation against Google, is contacting outside attorneys to lead the government's case.
Companies providing in-home health care services are facing antitrust scrutiny from criminal prosecutors at the US Department of Justice.
Apple is under increasing antitrust scrutiny at the US Department of Justice, with investigators fielding complaints about multiple business practices at the iPhone maker, MLex has learned.
Last week, a variety of attorneys and scholars crowded into a meeting hall at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City to discuss the future of antitrust enforcement.
Pharmaceutical industry mergers traditionally fall in the US Federal Trade Commission’s bailiwick, but the US Department of Justice over the last year has instead pushed to review some of those deals, along with other deals customarily examined by the FTC, MLex has learned.