Summer 2007, Volume 8 Number 1

In this issue:
The XM-Sirius Merger
  1. Paul Larkin, Jul 26, 2007

    A Competitive Analysis of the Proposed XM-Sirius Satellite Radio Merger

    Ultimately, the opinions that matter are those of the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Both must approve the merger before it can be consummated and a new company created. Those two agencies have different, albeit slightly overlapping, responsibilities in this regard.

Credit Suisse and the Capital Markets
  1. Jul 31, 2007

    The Credit Suisse Decision and U.S. Financial Markets

    A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision could help bolster America’s standing as a competitive location for capital formation. Or at the very least, the decision has forestalled the onslaught of plaintiff antitrust claims against Wall Street’s IPO underwriting process.

The CFI and Alrosa
  1. Damien Gerard, Jul 31, 2007

    “Diamonds are Forever”: a Look into the Alrosa Judgment of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities

    On July 11, 2007, the Court of First Instance of the European Communities issued two important judgments in the field of competition law, Schneider Electric v. Commission (cf. T-351/03), and Alrosa Company Ltd. v. Commission (cf. T-170/06). The Alrosa ruling received much less press coverage than the Schneider one, although it is no less remarkable.


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