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An Africa-Focused Competition Performance Index

By Oluwatobi Ogundele1   Introduction When we consider international collaboration on competition issues, as well as comparative assessments of the performance of competition authorities globally, it should...

Collusion Fines in Mexico: Can Regulatory Changes Boost Deterrence?

By Jacqueline Chacón1   Introduction Cartel formation is a surprisingly persistent economic practice around the world. The temptation to manipulate the conditions of the game in favor of a few is...

The Proposal for Licensee Negotiations Groups (LNGs) in SEP – An EU Competition Law Assessment

By Elisabeth Opie, LLM GAICD1 & Haris Tsilikas, LLM2   I. Introduction International standards and Standards Development Organizations (“SDOs”) have attracted the attention of policymakers worldwide for decades. Attention has become...

Happy Birthday, ICN

By Eleanor Fox1   Happy Birthday, ICN, from a fan who knew you when. But don’t lie on laurels bed. You have lots of work ahead. It is a pleasure to wish the ICN a...

Lessons from SAMR’s Recent Merger Clearances

By Philip F. Monaghan, Lining Shan, Vivian Wang1   China’s merger control regime is an increasingly important consideration for global M&A transactions.  Indeed, the critical path for most complex global mergers...

Indian Platform Markets, Data, and Privacy

By Dr. Geeta Gouri1   The attractiveness of Indian data and privacy platforms with nationalist overtones in the context of a global backlash against foreign...

Dysfunction Junction: U.S. Merger Review Under the Biden Administration

By Lindsey M. Edwards1   Introduction Antitrust enforcers, practitioners, and scholars descended upon Washington, D.C. this month for the ABA’s 70th Annual Section of Antitrust Law Spring...

Market Studies: Making All the Difference?

By Francesco Naismith & Baethan Mullen1   Market studies have recently risen to prominence in Australia’s competition policy. Reviews of energy markets, financial services, insurance, agriculture, Murray Darling water markets, car...

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The Monaco Memo: What Could It Mean for Criminal Antitrust Enforcement?

By Ann O’Brien, Brent Snyder & Sean Sandoloski1   Deputy Attorney General (“DAG”) Lisa Monaco recently delivered remarks at the ABA’s National Institute on White Collar Crime. In those remarks, she...

Standards, Patents and Transparency

By Dr. Kirti Gupta & Fabian Gonell*   In recent years, the widespread success enjoyed by some technology standards, especially wireless cellular standards, have led policy makers to pay closer attention...

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