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All FRANDS On Deck: Asserting Jurisdiction Over Global SEP Disputes in...

By:  Zhan Hao, Song Ying, Hannibal El Mohtar & Yang Yuhui (China Law Vision) Standard-Essential Patents (“SEPs”) are patents which protect technology essential to compatibility with technical industry standards. To avoid...
Google

The General Court in Case T‑612/17, Google Shopping: the rise of...

By: Pablo Ibañez Colomo (Chilling Competition) The General Court’s judgment in Google Shopping (available here) is finally out. There is much to unpack, and much that will be...
Compensatory Payments and State Resources

Compensatory Payments and State Resources

By: Phedon Nicolaides (Lexxion State Aid Blog) The Court of Justice has stressed repeatedly that any resource over which the state can exercise control becomes a...
The Important Role of Competition Authorities in Promoting Competitive Neutrality

The Important Role of Competition Authorities in Promoting Competitive Neutrality

By: Jordi Calvet Bademunt & Sophie Flaherty (OECD On The Level) “Competitive neutrality” is defined by the OECD as a principle whereby all enterprises are ‘provided a level playing...
How to Make the Market for Real Estate Agents More Competitive

How to Make the Market for Real Estate Agents More Competitive

By: Sophia Gilbukh, Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham & Michael Sinkinson (ProMarket) When you go to a used car dealership, you know that the salespeople selling you a...
Guidelines

CCC Draft Guidelines (No. 3/3): Penalties

By: Gina Lodolo (African Antitrust) In this article in a three-piece series, we discuss the Determination of Administrative Penalties Guidelines draft, which has been published (in addition to...
An Economist’s Perspective on the EU Competition Judicial Review Process

Antitrust M&A Snapshot Q3 2021

By: Noah Feldman Greene, Max Küttner, Jon B. Dubrow, Joel R. Grosberg, Lisa P. Rumin & David Henry (Antitrust Alert) In the United States, the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) challenge...
The Real Monopoly is In The Boardroom

The Real Monopoly is In The Boardroom

By: Ramsi Woodcock (The FinReg Blog) We have always thought of the problem of monopoly as a problem of size or of markets. We say that...
Failure To File Reportable Mergers China

Misconduct Synergies from Mergers

By: Emmanuel Yimfor & Heather Tookes (CLS Blue Sky Blog) Like many sectors in the U.S. economy, the registered investment advisory (RIA) industry has seen...
Will the DMA Deliver on its Promises? Part I: Substantive Aspects (or Markets Do Not Become Contestable by Decree)?

Will the DMA Deliver on its Promises? Part I: Substantive Aspects...

By: Pablo Ibañez Colomo (Chilling Competition) As the legislative train carries on its journey towards the adoption of the Digital Markets Act (DMA), academics, stakeholders...
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