Last week, the Federal Trade Commission entered a final order in its settlement of a claim under Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act that Intel was engaged in anticompetitive activities.  As many commentators noted after the Commission and Intel reached a preliminary settlement last July, the agreement implicates regulated businesses’ larger concerns with FTC’s use of its “unfairness” jurisdiction, as well as its provisions regarding patent rights and the practice of providing discounts for bundled items.  This video, part of WLF’s Legally Brief commentary series, offers the experienced counsel of Reed Smith LLP partner Stephen Murphy on these larger concerns.