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Antitrust Chronicle 2011

DOJ’s Attempt to Block the AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Places the Horizontal Merger...

Benjamin Brown, Oct 31, 2011 In the U.S. antitrust merger enforcement community, many believed that the Department of Justice ("DOJ") would sue to enjoin any...

APR-11(2)

In this issue: Whether you call it "collective redress" or "class action," the problems of an appropriate role for a private consumer class in antitrust...

A Trip Around the Cartel Victims Remedy Buffet

Kent Bernard, Nov 16, 2011 The debate about whether the European Union should adopt a community-wide system to compensate victims of illegal cartel activityx has...

Intel and McAfee”Antitrust is Getting it Right in High Tech

Christopher Thomas, Jan 27, 2011 The European Commission has just (January 26, 2011) approved the acquisition by Intel of McAfee, following the U.S. Federal Trade...

AUG-11(1)

In this issue: The U.S. Supreme Court took a hard look at class actions earlier this year in a decision on Wal-Mart v. Dukes. Our...

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Comments to the Commission’s...

Jorge Padilla, Feb 11, 2011 This note sets out my comments to Section 7 of the Guidelines on the applicability of Article 101 of the...

A Tale of Two Panels: The Size of the Chancellor’s Foot...

Chris Sagers, Nov 16, 2011 Pretty strong words have been bandied in the few years since Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly. Two leading procedure scholars...

The Complexity of Cartel Enforcement in Times of Globalization of Competition...

Frank Montag, Oct 14, 2011 On the twentieth anniversary of the signing of a Cooperation Agreement between the United States government and the European Commission...

The Intersection of Consumer Protection and Competition in the New World...

Julie Brill, May 20, 2011 Privacy issues are becoming increasingly important during this time of rapid technological advance. This article addresses the important question of how the...

How To Catch A Thief — Corporate Leniency And The Irrepressible...

Rick Dumas-Eymard, Gordon Schnell, Sep 27, 2011 Perhaps it can be traced back to 1879, when Eugen Richter, a member of the German Parliament, stood...

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