Blog o’ Blogs November

November starts getting the first chills of winter, with a lower pace of developments and the first signs of the great debates to come for the year ahead. Debate continues as the Antitrust Community comes to grips with rising Cryptocurrency issues, fitting in the “Neo-Brandeisian” wave, and coming showdowns in the pharma and tech industries. Changes in regulation are imminent in emerging markets as they strike out on their own solutions, and other important international development in shaping the global Antitrust culture also feature as we trundle onwards to year’s end…

Competition enforcement in the EU: Public affairs’ strategies and transparency in the EU decision-making process
EU competition policy: based on political discretion? Many would agree that Brussels’ legislative priorities guide competition policy and enforcement…
Theodoros Birmpoutsoukis, Alberta Laschena (Kluwer Competition)

Regulation of cryptocurrency (PODCAST)
In this episode, Jay Levine and Porter Wright attorney Brett Thornton dive into e-currency, with a focus on cryptocurrency…
Jaray Zhao (Deal Law Wire)

A Brief Overview of the “New Brandeis” School of Antitrust Law
For the past several decades, antitrust law has been focused primarily on consumer harm—a given policy is unlikely to be considered anticompetitive if it results in lower prices for consumers.  A student note in a January 2017 edition of the Yale Law Journal titled “Amazon’s …

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