US FTC “likely” to be crushed in court, which is why they won’t sue— Michael ($8 for whisky) Pachter (@michaelpachter) November 24, 2022
This gets resolved by Microsoft agreeing to a list of demands to maintain the status quo; FTC drops its objections https://t.co/vA0BBURtlq
But Hoeg agrees.
I mean, in the US this is likely true at least based on what we’ve seen so far. Either way, preparation of a complaint is a normal part of the “looking for a consent decree” process.— Richard Hoeg (@HoegLaw) November 24, 2022
So how does this work? If FTC wants concessions, they prepare a complaint, but do they submit that complaint to the courts and then get concessions or do they get concessions before it goes to court and thus drop the complaint?Last edited by Ryuu96 - on 24 November 2022