Blog o’ Blogs April

April has brought the usual assortment of Easter-egg variety to the conversation surrounding the biggest issues in competition around the world. From the continuing questions surrounding digital markets to the growing concern with common ownership, a smattering of both new and old cases continue to give plenty of fodder to this month’s highlighted authors…

Google and the six billion dollar fine(s) : We have the technology, but do we have to rebuild the competition rules?
Debate in the competition law community has intensified around the issue of enforcement in digital markets in recent months…
Richard Hourihan, Joanne Finn (Kluwer Competition/Byrne Wallace)

Plaintiffs Targeting Biologic-Biosimilars Settlements with Pay-for-Delay Antitrust Claims
Antitrust principles that can invalidate certain pay-for-delay settlements will be expanding into the new frontier of biologic and biosimilar drugs if plaintiffs in several new suits are successful…
James J. Kovacs (Constantine Cannon)

Common ownership – where do we stand?
Common ownership currently is one of the focus topics in the antitrust community. Einer Elhauge, a Harvard Law professor, has called it the “greatest anticompetitive threat of our times”…
Thomas Wilson (Kluwer Competition/Kirkland & Ellis)

Confidentiality under Indian Competition Law and its Applicability
Confidentiality, an inherent feature in commercial arbitration and a preferred one too, is of great importance to antitrust proceeding…

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