Welcome to The National Law Journal’s Inadmissible feature, a regular Q&A series with Washington, D.C., legal professionals. The interviews take a short, to-the-point look at an issue at the intersection of law and politics and strategic risk mitigation led by professionals in the nation’s capital. If you are interested in being profiled, reach out to [email protected]
In this edition, Debevoise & Plimpton partner and former FTC chief trial counsel Ted Hassi discusses the Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust policies. “The commission is intended to be an independent agency, not a political institution,” Hassi says.
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