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Winter 2013, Volume 12, Number 2

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Some Recent Developments in ASEAN Competition Law

R. Ian McEwin, Dec 30, 2013 All countries in Southeast Asia are hierarchical and authoritarian to some degree, which has implications for competition. All countries...

Injunctive Relief and the Noerr-Pennington Doctrine: The Search for Clarity on...

Thomas Dillickrath, David Emanuelson, Dec 30, 2013 The right to seek injunctive relief is one of the bulwarks of U.S. law. The right to petition...

Towards a Class Action Regime for Competition Litigation in the United...

Christopher Brown, Scott Campbell, Dec 30, 2013 In April 2012, the U.K. Government launched a consultation on possible reform of the U.K. regime for private...

Perspectives on the In-House Practice of Antitrust Law

Roy Hoffinger, Dec 30, 2013 After 30 years practicing antitrust law, 18 as in-house counsel, I think I can say that I have a fairly...

Cooperation, Convergence, and Conflicts? The Case of EU and National Merger...

Andreas Bardong, Dec 30, 2013 The mantra of international merger control has been cooperation, convergence, and comity. Within the European Union, coherence is another widely...

Evaluating the Size of Reverse Payments In Light of the Supreme...

James Langenfeld, Dec 30, 2013 Patent settlement agreements that involve payments from brand-name drug manufacturers to generic drug manufacturers (so called "reverse payments" or "pay...

What a Difference a Year Makes: An Emerging Consensus on the...

Jonathan Kanter, Dec 30, 2013 These days, it is difficult to identify an antitrust issue that is generating more discussion than standard-essential patents. To some,...

Why the New Evidence on Minimum Resale Price Maintenance Does Not...

Thomas Lambert, Michael Sykuta, Dec 30, 2013 The battle over the proper legal treatment of minimum resale price maintenance continues to rage in the United...

Recalibrating Section 5: A Response to the CPI Symposium

Joshua Wright, Dec 30, 2013 I want to thank the participants in Competition Policy International's Symposium on the Federal Trade Commission's unfair methods of competition...

Is the Definition of a Cartel Ballooning?

Rein Wesseling, Dec 30, 2013 The media tend to refer to gangs that produce and distribute drugs as "cartels." Of course these are not cartels...

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