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
Facebook's digital advertising is under scrutiny, with both US antitrust regulators investigating the company's conduct in the online ad market.
The Texas Attorney General’s Office hit Google with a long list of questions about its ad-tech business and previewing a forthcoming antitrust lawsuit.
John Elias, a prosecutor at the US Department of Justice's antitrust division, testified before the House Judiciary Committee about political pressure from Attorney General William Barr.
Facebook's purchase of the animated image company Giphy is sparking feedback to the US Federal Trade Commission, MLex has learned.
The US Justice Department, ramping up plans for potential antitrust litigation against Google, is contacting outside attorneys to lead the government's case.