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4-“IF YOU NEVER DID, YOU SHOULD”: STATE EQUITABLE REMEDIES FOR ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS By Jay Himes, Jeremy Kasha & Daniel P. Weick

“If You Never Did, You Should”: State Equitable Remedies for Antitrust...

Section 16 of the Clayton Act authorizes “injunctive relief . . . against threatened loss or damage” due to an antitrust violation “under the...
5-STATE ENFORCEMENT: LESS THEORY, MORE DELIVERING FOR CONSTITUENTS By Jeff Dan Herrera & Cholla Khoury

State Enforcement: Less Theory, more Delivering for Constituents

Antitrust practice is in an incredibly dynamic moment with significant debates centered on the direction jurisprudence and enforcement should proceed.  These debates pose important...
6-ANTITRUST REFORM EFFORTS AND STATUTORY PARENS PATRIAE AUTHORITY By Matthew Michaloski

Antitrust Reform Efforts and Statutory Parens Patriae Authority

Borrowing from an earlier tradition first developed in American law by the courts, Congress has a long history of granting express enforcement authority to...
7-STATE ANTITRUST ENFORCEMENT OF NO-POACH AGREEMENTS AND NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS By Christina Grey

State Antitrust Enforcement Of No-Poach Agreements And Non-Compete Agreements

As both federal and state enforcers begin treating non-compete and no-poach agreements to be anti-competitive in violation of the Sherman Act, the question becomes...
8-FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME: WHAT NEXT FOR COLLEGE ATHLETICS? By Gwendolyn Cooley, Caleb Pracht & Hart Martin

For the Love of the Game: What Next for College Athletics?

In this article, we examine the impact of last year’s Supreme Court decision in NCAA v. Alston. Not only did the Court confirm that the...
Antitrust Chronicle™ - EAB Antipasto

Antitrust Chronicle™ – EAB Antipasto

Dear Readers, As per tradition, this August 2022 edition of the Antitrust Chronicle features articles from members of the CPI Editorial Advisory Board.  This set of...
Some Reflections of a Former Competition Agency Head

Some Reflections of a Former Competition Agency Head

After 11 years as Chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in this article Rod Sims reflects on a range of antitrust issues,...
Understanding Basic Principles and Facts About Antitrust to Create a Basis for Some (Any?) Consensus

Understanding Basic Principles and Facts About Antitrust to Create a Basis...

The debates around antitrust reform have sometimes involved participants taking extreme positions. In some sense, this is good because it helps attract attention and...
The Amendment of China's Anti-monopoly Law

The Amendment of China’s Anti-monopoly Law

On June 24, 2022, China’s legislature enacted the revision of the Anti-Monopoly Law (“AML”), the country’s main antitrust statute.  The revised AML entered into...
Consortia and Competition Law

Consortia and Competition Law

The European Commission’s draft revision of the horizontal cooperation guidance published on March 1, 2022, for the first time includes a specific section on...

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