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First Thoughts on The Commission’s Bid Rigging Exclusion Guidance — What...

By: Albert Sánchez-Graells (How to Crack a Nut) On 18 March 2021, the European Commission officially published its Notice on tools to fight collusion in...

Blog o’ Blogs February 2014

With the polar vortex assaulting the U.S. and rain drowning England, it seems only appropriate to highlight blogs about antitrust also being under attack....
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Addressing Big Tech’s power over speech

By: Bill Baer & Caitlin Chin (Brookings Institution) At many points during the 2020 U.S. presidential election, social media platforms demonstrated their power over speech. Twitter decided to...

Corporate Counsel Corner with Anne Riley

In our second installment of our Corporate Counsel Corner series, Professor and CPI Executive Board Member Danny Sokol interviews Anne Riley. Anne is the...
Pay-For-Delay: Who Does the Generic Industry Lobby Represent?

European Commission and National Authorities Take a Stand Against Excessive Pricing...

By: Hendrik Viaene and Karolien Van der Putten (Antitrust Alert) The European Commission and national competition authorities (NCAs) are very actively fighting a number of anticompetitive practices in...

Kay’s Kloset and Einer Elhauge

From a recent story, Einer Elhauge has agreed to take a pro bono client, Kay's Kloset, in the seemingly never-ending fight to overturn Leegin: At...
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Antitrust by Fiat

By: Jonathan M. Barnett (Truth on the Market) The Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act (CALERA), recently introduced in the U.S. Senate, exhibits a remarkable...
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Why the Political Misuse of Antitrust Must be Prevented

By: Jonathan B. Baker (ProMarket) Antitrust is a powerful machine— both for maintaining competition and for advancing the interests of politicians who wrest control of...
Economic Principles and the Reform of the European Commission’s Approach to Vertical Agreements

Two Christmas Gifts: DMA & GWB10

By: Thomas Lübbig & Ole Schley (D'Kart) 2020 was a year in which “Big Tech” was put through a lot in terms of competition law....

Blog o’ Blogs July

June’s summer season brings heat to several debates as legislators on both sides of the Atlantic focused on upcoming cases that could mark a...
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