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- The “Discoverability” of Leniency Documents and the Proposed Directive on Damages Actions for Antitrust Infringements
- Recent Trends in Leniency Agreements in Brazil
- The Finnish Asphalt Cartel Court Decision on Damages: An Important EU Precedent and Victory for Plaintiffs
- Injecting Competition in Broadcasting through MCMO Regulations: Some Recommendations for Mexico
- Lessons from the First Year of Competition Law in Ecuador
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- Consumer Welfare In Competition And Intellectual Property Law
- Legal Remedies For Patent Infringement: From General Principles To FRAND Obligations For Standard Essential Patents
- Licensing Of Standard Essential Patents: Antitrust Intervention Is Not Big Enough A Fix
- Justifying Antitrust Intervention in ICT Sector Patent Disputes: How to Address the Hold-Up Problem
- “Pay-for-Delay”: What Do We Disagree On?
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