Ontario Court of Appeal Upholds Application of Regulated Conduct Defence to Dismiss Class Action Alleging Conspiracy in Beer Industry

Ontario Court of Appeal Upholds Application of Regulated Conduct Defence to Dismiss Class Action Alleging Conspiracy in Beer Industry

July 2019 Ontario Court of Appeal Upholds Application of Regulated Conduct Defence to Dismiss Class Action Alleging Conspiracy in Beer Industry By John Bodrug, Matthew Milne-Smith and Alysha Manji-Knight (Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg)1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   On April 17, 2019, the Ontario Court of Appeal affirmed a […]

Competition Law and Syndicated Loans – A Framework

Competition Law and Syndicated Loans – A Framework

June 2019 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) & Juan Delgado (Global Economics Group) presents: Competition Law and Syndicated Loans – A Framework By Oliver Bretz, Marie Leppard & Helen Bardell (Euclid Law)1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   Introduction In April 2019 the European Commission published a long-awaited Study by […]

The Alignment of Evidence and Economics: A Rebuttal to Ginsburg and Wright

The Alignment of Evidence and Economics: A Rebuttal to Ginsburg and Wright

June 2019 The Alignment of Evidence and Economics: A Rebuttal to Ginsburg and Wright By Joseph Kattan & Timothy J. Muris1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   Introduction In a March article in CPI’s Blog O’ Blogs, Judge Douglas Ginsburg and Professor Joshua Wright (“G&W”) criticized the Nash bargaining model of […]

Cartel Leniency in Hong Kong

Cartel Leniency in Hong Kong

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: Cartel Leniency in Hong Kong By Sébastien J Evrard, Virginia Newmann and Scott D. Hammond (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher)1 Click here for a pdf version of this article.   This contribution provides an overview of the leniency framework for cartel conduct in Hong Kong. It […]

Countervailing Coordination Rights in the News Sector Are Good for the Public (A Response to Professor Yun)

Countervailing Coordination Rights in the News Sector Are Good for the Public (A Response to Professor Yun)

June 2019 Countervailing Coordination Rights in the News Sector Are Good for the Public (A Response to Professor Yun) By Sanjukta Paul & Hal Singer1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   Professor John Yun’s recent CPI Column addressing Reps. Cicilline’s and Collins’ proposed Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (“JCPA”) as legalizing […]

The Connection Between E-Commerce Law and Laws About Competition: System Logic and Future Enforcement

The Connection Between E-Commerce Law and Laws About Competition: System Logic and Future Enforcement

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: The Connection Between E-Commerce Law and Laws About Competition: System Logic and Future Enforcement By Zhu Li, Zeng Youlin (Intellectual Property Courts)1 Click here for a pdf version of this article.   The E-Commerce Law of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter “the E-Commerce Law”) […]

Pricing Algorithms and Implications for Competition

Pricing Algorithms and Implications for Competition

May 2019 CPI Cartel Column edited by Rosa M. Abrantes-Metz (Global Economics Group) & Donald Klawiter (Klawiter PLLC) presents: Pricing Algorithms and Implications for Competition By Rosa M. Abrantes-Metz1 (Global Economics Group) Click here for a PDF version of the article   Welcome to our first new issue of CPI’s Cartels column.  It’s been about two […]

The Effectiveness of European Competition Law After Opinion 1/17

The Effectiveness of European Competition Law After Opinion 1/17

May 2019 CPI EU News Column edited by Thibault Schrepel, Sam Sadden & Jan Roth (CPI) presents: The Effectiveness of European Competition Law After Opinion 1/17 By Jan Blockx (University of Antwerp)1 Click here for a PDF version of the article   Introduction On April 30, 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) […]