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Restitution and the Antitrust Division’s Corporate Leniency Program

This post was written by Stephen P. Murphy. OnĀ December 7, 2010 the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice announced that for the first time it was requiring actual restitution by a company as a condition of the company’s participation in the Division’s Corporate Leniency Program. Bank of America was the first and only company … Continue Reading

Glass Ceiling or Sticky Floor? Obama Attempts to Clean the Mess Through Implementation of the Women-Owned Small Business Federal Contract Program.

This post was written by Leslie A. Peterson. The government contracts community has long debated what steps, if any, the federal government should take to help women-owned small businesses break through the glass ceiling (or get off the sticky floor). Taking one of the last steps in a process that began in 2000, on October … Continue Reading