Friday, April 27, 2012

F.T.C. Hires an Outside Litigator in Google Case - NYTimes.com

In other litigation news, a statistic people in the data-driven Googleplex may appreciate
"“It’s a watershed moment when you hire someone like this,” said David Wales, a former Fed-eral Trade Commission official now in private practice with Jones Day. “This shows Google that if it doesn’t give you the remedy you want, you’re going to litigate.”
Several antitrust experts compared the hiring of Ms. Wilkinson — who has brought about 40 major cases in government and private practice and won them all — to the government’s hiring of David A. Boies to represent it against Microsoft."
F.T.C. Hires an Outside Litigator in Google Case - NYTimes.com
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