Data Privacy in Adtech: Boon or Bust?

Amended California Price Gouging Law Closes Potential Loopholes

By: Leo Caseria (Sheppard Mullin) California Penal Code § 396 prohibits price gouging in California during a state of emergency. California enacted a few amendments to...
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Congress Should Not Legalize a News Media Cartel

By: Alden Abbott (Truth on the Market) Amazingly enough, at a time when legislative proposals for new antitrust restrictions are rapidly multiplying—see the Competition and Antitrust Law...

Introducing the First CPI Halloween Costume Cartel

Trick or treat! Halloween may be an excuse for grown-ups to dress up and eat candy, but we here at CPI take the holiday...

August 2013 Blog o’ Blogs

    August 2013, Volume 3, Number 8 A lot of silly season stuff - Does the DOJ want Tim Cook's job? Run an airline? And how...
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The State of U.S. Federal Antitrust Enforcement

By Michael Kades (Equitable Growth) Competition policy in the United States has become a major public policy issue for the first time in decades, but discussion...

Nov. Blog o’ Blogs

Our Nov. Blog o' Blogs questions the involvement of antitrust in the financial crisis; discusses the durability of internet monopolies; looks at...
COVID

Antitrust Law in Times of Crisis = Crisis of Antitrust Law?

Marcel Nuys & Florian Huerkamp, D'Kart The virus challenges everything – competition law is no exception to that rule. Marcel Nuys and Florian Huerkamp give a first account of...
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Decision (part 4): The Commission’s Economic Analysis

Dirk Auer; Truth on the Market The Commission’s Chief Economist team outlined its economic reasoning in an article published shortly after the Android decision was published. The article reveals...
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It’s Official: The Draft Bill GWB10

By Rupprecht Podszun, D'Kart Today, the German Federal Ministry of Economics officially published the draft bill on the new competition law. For months we have...
The Curious Case of Competition Law and Health Equity

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 acquisitions by the major tech companies...
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