Merger

The Upsides of Collusion and Concentration

By Eric Fruits, Truth on the Market Conspiracies and collusion often (always?) get a bad rap. Adam Smith famously derided “people...
Digital Merger

When is the Filed Rate Doctrine a Defense to an Antitrust...

By Jarod Bona, The Antitrust Attorney The doctrine of federal antitrust law includes several immunities and exemptions—entire areas that are...
Leniency Gavel

First Per Se Rule Assault Turned Away; The Battle Will Go...

By Robert Connolly, Cartel Capers I explained in an earlier blog post that a criminal antitrust case had reached...

The End of the Paramount Antitrust Consent Decrees: A Brief Look...

By Steven Madoff, The Antitrust Attorney The recent announcement by the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice that it is planning...
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The Chicago School’s Limited Influence on International Antitrust

By Ann Bradford, Adam Chilton & Filippo Maria Lancieri, Oxford Business Law Blog A group of scholars primarily associated...
law

The notions of competition, potential competition and restriction in the case...

By Pablo Ibañez Colomo, Chilling Competition I have been writing quite a bit (here and elsewhere) on some fundamental...
Big Tech

Innovation and Competition in Financial Markets

By Ania Thiemann, OECD on the Level The substantial growth of BigTech firms, such as Amazon, Google, Facebook and...

Big (But Not Bad) Data and Merger Efficiencies

By Gregory P. Luib & Mike Cowie, Dechert “Big data” has become one of the hottest subjects for antitrust...

Merger Enforcement in Dynamic and Innovative Markets

By Pedro Gonzaga, OECD on the Level Modern competition dynamics are challenging the work of competition authorities all around...
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The Davies Forecast of Top 5 Trends and Issues for Canadian...

By Mark Katz, Jim Dinning & Anita Banicevic, (Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP) Here is Davies’ annual forecast...

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