Hofstra Law Review


Gregory Scopino


The article discusses the expansion of the U.S. legislation the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) regarding antitrust law. It discusses the role of the U.S. agency the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and CFTC regulations with an emphasis on the U.S. legislation the Sherman Act of 1890, enforcement actions the CFTC can bring, and analyzes a section of the CFTC implementing rule known as CFTC Regulation 23.607. The article also discusses the significance of the Dodd-Frank Act.

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