September’s arrival sees ongoing changes as new trends settle and uncertainties grow regarding the future of some important political and economic arrangements throughout the world. The role of whistleblowers, the validity of competitor deals, and re-shuffling of priorities in the EU and US alike make for an interesting dive into finer points of Competition theory and law around the world….
Dividing Markets and Customers: Are Market Allocation Agreements Per Se Antitrust Violations?
Have you ever considered the idea that your business would be much more profitable if you didn’t have to compete so hard with that pesky competitor or group of competitors…?
Jarod Bona (The Antitrust Attorney)
A Whistleblower Story (Hypothetical)
I have been advocating for some time that antitrust cartel whistleblower legislation be passed. Whistleblower legislation has been phenomenally successful for the SEC and other agencies and there is no reason price fixing/bid rigging cartels shouldn’t face the threat of a whistleblower…
Robert Connolly (Cartel Capers)
EU competition law highlights -Summer 2018
In case you missed it, you’ll find below a summary of key EU competition law developments from this summer…
Chantal Lavoie (Lavoie Legal)
More Evidence Against the Common Ownership Problem
“The U.S. stock market is having another solid year. You wouldn’t know it by looking at the shares of companies that manage money.” So what has any of that to do with the comm…