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Washington Post: U.S. flights need more consumer protections. We should look to Europe.

November 2, 2022 — After the summer airline travel crisis, Economic Liberties' Senior Fellow for Aviation & Travel Bill McGee explained to The Washington Post why the U.S. should consider adopting European-style consumer protections for airline travelers.

Economic Liberties Investigation Reveals How Big Tech Interests Hijack Trade Lingo & Enforcement Mechanisms to Attack Anti-Monopoly Initiatives Worldwide

November 2, 2022 — Big Tech interests have opened a new front in their attack against anti-monopoly policies worldwide by harnessing U.S. trade enforcement mechanisms to claim “discriminatory” treatment and urging trade penalties against countries adopting competition policies that may have a larger impact on dominant digital firms due to their size not their nationality.

DOJ’s Win Against Publishing Giants Marks Victory for Writers, Readers & Free Speech

October 31, 2022 — The American Economic Liberties Project released a statement in response to news that the Department of Justice Antitrust Division won its suit to block Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster’s proposed merger.

DOJ’s Win in First Criminal Monopolization Case in 50 Years Marks End to Decades of Corporate Lawlessness

October 31, 2022 — The American Economic Liberties Project released a statement in response to news that the Department of Justice Antitrust Division secured a guilty plea from Nathan Nephi Zito, a paving and asphalt contractor based in Billings, Montana, in its first criminal monopolization case in 50 years.

HR Dive: Feds: Healthcare staffing firm ordered to pay $134K in no-poach sentencing

October 31, 2022 — After DOJ secured their first-ever guilty plea in a case involving a no-poach agreement between employers, Economic Liberties' Senior Legal Counsel Katie Van Dyck spoke with HR Dive about this "key victory."