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Antitrust Law: A Current Foe, but Potential Friend, of Workers

Properly applied, antitrust enforcement helps to ensure a balance of power between workers and employers.

June 13, 2018  |  by Open Markets

Sandeep’s issue paper for the Harvard Law School & Justice Catalyst event, Unrigging the Market: Convening to Restore Competitive Labor Markets, explains how antitrust law is used to frustrate worker organizing today and lays out how it can be applied to help workers instead.

Read it here.

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