Randy Tritell - Director, US Federal Trade Commission’s International Affairs Office

23 July,2019 - 08:00 am UTC

Since the 1990s the US federal antitrust agencies have been helping countries all around the world develop laws, policies and procedures needed to set up competition regimes, explains Randy Tritell, Director of the US Federal Trade Commission’s International Affairs Office. Participating in PaRR’s 2019 Spring Video Series, Tritell says that it’s “very understandable” that many emerging jurisdictions are choosing to follow the European Commission’s approach to antitrust law due to the prevalence of civil law and administrative systems to those used in Europe—as a opposed to the common law and prosecutorial systems employed in the US. Watch the full video here.

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