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My Competitor-Supplier Just Decided to Stop Dealing with Me: Do the...

Luis Blanquez (The Antitrust Attorney) Good news––the answer is yes. The bad news, however, is that antitrust laws only...

Blog o’ Blogs May 2015

May 2015, Volume 5, Number 5 repeat       We first analyze the collapse of the Comcast/Time Warner merger, then update the debate about the competitive effects of...

Blog o’ Blogs July 2014

It's a surprisingly meaty month, given it's Summer (for most of us). A number of agencies are looking at major reforms, including the EU...

Blog o’ Blogs March

February gets the year into gear for Competition Authorities around the world as they come to terms an uncertain outlook on many fronts. Questions...

CPI Blog o’ Blogs November 2012

November 2012, Volume 2, Number 11 Patents remains the hottest topic of the month, although the Europeans have also been quite active. Plus we have an...

October 2013 Blog o’ Blogs

  October 2013, Volume 3, Number 10 We're excited to welcome a new competition blog this month! Kevin Coates has started 21st Century Competition; we've compiled...

Blog o’ Blogs July 2015

July 2015, Volume 5, Number 7 It's a stern issue this month, with discipline, monitors, and restrictions at the forefront, along with some questions about...

The AT&t-T/Mobile Case: Questions and Answers

The DOJ's case against the AT&T/T-Mobile merger has the potential to be a landmark antitrust case. As such, the case will raise ...
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Diagnosing “Killer” Acquisitions: FTC Market Study to Review Past M&A Deals...

John Eichlin, Marie-Marie de Fays; Linklaters The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) launched a rare market study to investigate whether non-reportable past...

March 2013 Blog o’ Blogs

March 2013, Volume 3, Number 3 The Supreme Court made the first of several antitrust decisions this year, so we have a judicial focus this...

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